Echo, our first volunteer from China
Life in Aleh is the most precious memory in my life. Although we could seldom do anything to change the physical conditions of kids in the High Dependency Unit, by simply accompanying them and letting them feel loved and respected, we made their lives easier and happier. We can hardly teach them how to talk or walk, because some of them are just so special, but we can teach them how to love, care, and share. After all, kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see. I cherish everyday I spent there and everyone I met there. This experience is so incredible! I would definitely do it a second time if I had the chance!
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