We were a one-horse town for a long time. Many people blame that one horse (Springs) for keeping everyone else that could have brought life into this town out of here. News Flash – that one horse is dead and now we stand a chance of keeping more good people–who can help by adding value–out of here.
Last month, I had the opportunity to visit Haiti on a mission trip. I had every intention of going to Haiti to help where I could and to change Haiti. But Haiti changed me. I have done a lot of traveling in my days, but never before have I witnessed such poverty. Never before have I witnessed children in such need of attention. Not because their snotty older sister was always the spotlight—like we say in the US. I mean attention because their basic needs were not met. Food. Clothing. Shelter.