A HERO WANTS TO WALK AGAIN! The best way to end evil is doing good! ￼ Jose a 23-year-old Police man from Colombia. Started his career into the Police in 2016. For almost two years he served in the National Police of Colombia, being part from the Antinarcotics young team where the deepest and farest places from this country are still contaminated for illicits crops. In this job there is more than thousand people between international organizations, antiexplosives experts, and young police men like Jose who watch over and work hard in the jungles and villages around there for the safety of the people who live in these areas. The war and drugs have finished in the last months with the life of more than 6 people, just in Taraza, Antioquia a small village inside of Colombian mountains.
On November 2018, early in the morning, Joseph waked up and before to start his routine, he prayed like every morning he use to do and decided to take a walk with another of his partners without expecting that the most terrible situation was about to happen.
Jose, was another of the many victims from landmines in the country. The landmines caused several infections and illness to this brave and courageous man. Unfortunately people who occasioned these tragedys they tried to do the worse hurt even dead. Jose lost his legs cause of the explotion. Jose was interned in the ICU (intensive care unit) more than 2 weeks. Thank to God and the support of his family he has being recovered obtaining the victory and returning home.
Today is a survivor, a hero of the country, an example of resilience, despite the drama that is living has maintained strength and faith in which he will walk again, "today I have no legs, but God has given me wings to fly "are the words he says to their friends.
His energy and desire to succeed have highlighted him as an example in his community; He is always willing to help and serve others, and now Jose only wants to walk again to continue his dreams of serving those most in need. In his youth, Jose served as a volunteer in churches, charity homes and joined his time sharing his life experience where he spoke to young people and children of the love of God; Seniors have always been his great friends. A smile and the word of God his strength.
Today I want to ask for your generous help for a friend who has a big heart. His legs as for anyone were the most precious; running and training the canines was his job and today he does not want to lose hope of getting back out of his chair and standing to embrace his people. ￼ his family as same us, his friends we trust in God that he is going to walk again. The law enforcement is taking care of his treatment, though we know that the costs of prosthesis, therapy and more are extremely high.
Thank you on behalf of him whoever wants to donate and God bless you enormously