Posts made in June, 2015

Reflexiones de Moises: Blog 12; The End Is The Beginning

Posted by on Jun 18, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on Reflexiones de Moises: Blog 12; The End Is The Beginning

The celebration was amazing.  Over 500 people showed up for one of our “largest ever” dedications.  We had kids, adults, teenagers, dogs, and from every “walk of life”.  Agua Viva paid 21deAbril to purchase sandwiches for everyone.  A rather large team spent several hours making all of the sandwichs.  And, to drink???  Pure clean ozonated water for everyone.  And, boy, did they like it. We passed out certificates to our newly trained operators and educators.  The first certificates these wonderful people have ever received.  We shook their hands, handed them their certificates, gave them a...

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Reflexiones de Moises: Blog 11; We Will Come…

Posted by on Jun 14, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on Reflexiones de Moises: Blog 11; We Will Come…

Some things just can’t be expressed in words.  It is kind of like, seeing the Grand Canyon.  It is so huge, you just can’t describe it.  No one can understand how big it is without seeing it.  There are simply no words, no pictures, you just have to be there to fully appreciate it. We humbly suggested to Promesa Divina that “it sure would be nice… if your choir could come sing at our Dedication Ceremony”.  You have to understand, that Promesa Divina is a long ways from Flores.  How is this even possible?  Transportation at 12,000 feet elevation and up and down the Andes Mountains is just...

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Relexiones de Moises: Blog 10; What Love is This…

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off on Relexiones de Moises: Blog 10; What Love is This…

Things started coming together on Thursday, just in time for the celebration.  In walks a gentleman with Senor Gustavo.  Calloused hands, skin like leather, a workman’s clothing, scorched face… He has lived a hard life.   Everything about the looks of this gentleman tells the story of his life.  Nothing comes easy in Flores, Ecuador.  He wanted to meet. With his hat in his hand and tear in his eye, he proceeded to tell us, from the bottom of his heart, how much this water means to him and his community.  He could not thank us enough.  “We promise to take care of the water purification...

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