Much of what we do is like planting trees under which we may never sit, but plant we must.
Brother James Kimpton

To Serve With Love

To Serve With Love

May 19, 2011-- "A tug at my dress. I look down. There is Meena. All of six. We have just met. "Akka (sister), you must eat in our house tonight," she says. A sweet spontaneous invitation, and an offer I can't refuse. Meena and the others emerge with enormous vessels (or perhaps they only seemed enormous because the bearers are so small). I am served with rice, vegetables, and curry -- and love. Such love. It's a love that will surprise you everywhere at Reaching the Unreached, a not-for-profit started in an Indian village by Brother James Kimpton. It is difficult to describe his work. It encompasses so much and so many. Among other things, he digs wells, runs schools, dresses wounds, rescues orphans, and feeds the hungry. There are entire villages that exist and generations of children who are because of this man's heart." This profile shares further. (3125 reads)


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