013 - Helping in Calcutta in 1994

Photo: razflections

Photo: razflections

I’ll never forget the face of the very old man, lying there on the cot, emaciated, in the room at Mother Teresa’s Calcutta home for the destitute and dying. His life was nearly over. He had no light in his eyes. What could I do?

In this episode I share one way of making a difference in the world, in this case to serve the very poor so they can die with some dignity.

And I suggest that these kinds of deeds are easy to do, even right there in your neighbourhood, and they really matter.

If you’ve made attempts to make a difference, why not share a comment below? Others might get some inspiration from your story too.