Leaving a piece of my heart in Liberia

Though I haven’t written updates in the last week, my heart has been full — full of love for the people I have met and full of care and concern for the many needs here. As we leave today, I’m still processing all of it and will write more reflections once I am home. I have been changed by this experience and am leaving a piece of my heart with the people in Harrisburg, Liberia. I don’t know when, but I will surely return. Here are a few pictures that share my heart.

Until next time, peace …

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4 Responses to Leaving a piece of my heart in Liberia

  1. Donna Donat says:

    Thanks for sharing. I think it is wonderful that you had the opportunity. What are you doing in the photo where you are pointing to your ears? I love the young girl’s expression. I love the little percussionist too! I have been messing around with a cajon.

    • Robin Dillon says:

      Donna, in the picture of me pointing to my ears, I’m singing “Head, shoulders, knees and toes” with them — and doing ALL the movements in 95 degrees!

  2. Cathy says:

    Until next time, peace!

  3. lwithrow says:

    Lots of joy there in the midst…

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