insider thoughts about Saving Moses

 I’ve been thinking about this year & the various achievements & shortcomings for Saving Moses – reflections.  There have been some really cool developments – we made some great initial contacts for nightcare in Asia, we got a SUPER deal on some baby formula in Angola (over 40 metric tons for free if we would pay $5k for the transportation, an obvious no-brainer), some amazing progress with our media abilities, we’ve made some great potential relationships for the future, along with many other things.  On the flip side, there have also been some disappointments – our India trip was frustrating & I found that one of the malnutrition clinics that we recently visited in Angola didn’t have any milk, due to some poor communication.

Truthfully, I always want everything with Saving Moses to be 100% positive, but my experiences this year are teaching me that this isn’t always going to be realistic.  Furthermore, I’m finding that even though I want Saving Moses to be MASSIVELY effective, I need to be patient as we grow & continue to keep taking steps along the journey that will continue to help us be increasingly effective.

Something that you could do to help us grow is to be a fan on our facebook page 🙂

One thought on “insider thoughts about Saving Moses

  1. Y’all probably heard the story about the boy throwing starfish back into the ocean after the terrible storm that left hundreds of starfish ‘beached’. An older gentleman came up to the boy after watching this boy throw one starfish after another back into the sea. “Boy”, he said, “Do you really think you can make a difference? There are hundreds here.” The boy replied while throwing yet another back into the sea, “I made a difference…for this one.”
    Saving Moses is making a difference…one child at a time. Keep up the tremendous work and effort, Saving Moses.

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