It’s been a fulfilling year for us to see the progress our children has made in 2012. The improvement of our learning centre, makes it more pleasant for the children to study. And of course your partnership with us that encourages us to continue with our volunteer effort. We are really looking forward to have more of your participation and support in 2013. Thank you once again for your regular kind help.
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Resolve to make at least one person happy every day, and then in ten years you may have made three thousand, six hundred and fifty persons happy, or brightened a small town by your contribution to the fund of general enjoyment.—Sydney Smith.
Activities of the December 2012: Cheering up many with Christmas joy and happiness. The carols groups visited Steria, NTTData and Samsung. Mr. Rajeev sponsored winter track suits uniform for the children. Mr. Ankur donated readymade clothes and winter garments. Volunteering teachers have joined us. Programs and upcoming event:
Computer desktop units needed. Winter caps, socks and sweaters for the children. Admission for one of our children into a public school. Preparation for Indian Republican day, 26th January
Good thots: Issumagijoujunnainermik! From the book of Mark 11:26 But if ye do not forgive, neither will your Father which is in heaven forgive your trespasses. Today’s word is not Hebrew or Greek, it’s Eskimo! The word is issumagijoujunnainermik. When missionaries first shared the gospel with the Eskimos, they couldn’t find any word in the Eskimo language for forgiveness. So, they took a number of Eskimo words and joined them to form a new word — Issu-magi-jou-jun-nai-ner-mik — and it became the Eskimo word for forgiveness. The individual words are “Not-being-able-to-think-about-it-anymore.” Too often we remember the hurt, replaying it over and over again in our minds. Forgiveness is not something we do just once. It is something we must reaffirm every day. Whenever a hurtful memory comes up, remember the word Issu-magi-jou-jun-nai-ner-mik, and say, “I can’t think about it anymore, it’s in God’s hands.” Rather than replay the hurt you may have acquired, replay God’s mercy, His grace, His love for us (and them) — when He freely gave His life. That will enable us to forget it and move forward.