Published by Mieraf Gebresellasie
Samuel Taye, Head Ward Nurse
“I came to work at CURE Ethiopia because of my love of children. I want to make these children happy by providing the best care I can because they’ve already endured so much by the time they’ve reached us. Providing emotional and mental support is important to me as well, and I make time to […]
When I became an expat I had such burdens on my shoulders. My physical and emotional burdens began to take a toll on my spirituality just as a yoke takes it’s toll on an ox. The yoke is attached to a piece of equipment the ox is to pull. My piece of equipment became excessively heavy.
“Drink my coffee”
The warm smile as Bater says “drink my coffee” with the little English he knows puts a larger smile on everyone’s face in the small hut. I witnessed Jesus’ love today while I spent time, laughed, and caught up with Esayas and his family.
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