Thoughts for Earthquake Victims
After a day of hiking yesterday, I'm taking an easy today but will be back on Monday.
Prayers go out to those parts of the world afflicted by earthquakes. My wife and I spent a day in Manta, Ecuador, in late 2014 which included a visit to the city's main church. Manta is the primary port for Bumble Bee Tuna and we had an opportunity to watch the flash frozen fish unloaded to waiting trucks on the pier.
11/24/2019 07:07:11 am
My thoughts and prayers are always with the victims around the world every time there is a natural disaster that happen. That's why I am so thankful that God has always been guiding me and my family because he doesn't let us experience such things. Perhaps, because he knows that I cannot handle situation like this. Earthquakes have always been destructive; a phenomena that leaves nothing but pain and lessons in life. That's why we should always have our faith.
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