Good day to everyone around the world.
My name is Jae and I have friend which I consider as an older brother named Michael. Michael is a current theologian in one of the Seventh-day Adventist church in the province of Antique, Philippines. He originally came from the province of Negros and just recently, I knew that his father was hospitalized. Working as a theology cannot help him have savings for emergency expenses. He earns less that 8 thousand a month and he half it all for his tithe, food, transportation expenses when he goes home-to-home for Bible studies, allowance for his family back in Negros and even for donation to unfortunate families around the church where he works. Last month his father was not feeling well and was brought to the hospital and according to all the diagnostic tests that was done, they found out that he has a brain tumor. Since then, the Doctor said that his father needs an urgent operation of the brain tumor. Unfortunately, the family cannot even afford his dad's daily medicine what more for a brain tumor operation.So they decided to bring his dad home even if his uncomfortable without those medical regimens. Just last week Uncle Ismael was again rushed in the hospital and this time, the doctor said that he needs the operations ASAP. And all they need is the cash for the hospital to do the operation.
I'm a college student who also needs financial support but in times like this, I can set aside all my needs for someone who needs it the most. Every year, I save one thousand pesos per month so that I will have twelve thousand pesos at the end of the year. And I use the money I earn in different ways that I could help, like buying school supplies for kids, hospital visitation for those who are sick and last December 2012 (Christmas eve) I had an 'Oplan Nuche Buena' where I cooked foods and give it out in every family who lost their houses because of the typhoon Yolanda that somehow even under the trees they could have a small family Christmas dinner. And this year thou its yet far from December, I gave all the money that God had for me to someone who deserves it more. I know for sure that a five thousand pesos is far enough to supply uncle Ismael's medical needs, but I know one thing that is sure, God is watching and he never count how much we give, instead he counts every heart that is willing to give. At this moment, I pray that to every eyes that can read this, and to every heart that can feel the need to help this, please do help. Every penny here is mush more valued, because in every heart that is willing to give is worth a life that we could never pay. God bless us all and may God continue to sustain us all with good health and good heart!