Responding with love during environmental disasters - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor
Reaching out to aid our neighbors.
Floods of water have come to my corner of Wisconsin and swept away topsoil, a decent harvest, and personal possessions for many of my neighbors. Tragically, the extreme weather has even taken human life. The governor of Wisconsin has declared a state of emergency, authorizing government aid in the form of workers and other resources to help those in need. The president has done the same for hurricane Matthew. While I have been deeply saddened by the losses, I can’t help but take heart in the outpouring of love and aid expressed by my neighbors here. Everywhere I turn I see good Samaritans in our community. Read more
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