Willie’s business card identifies him as a senior fellow at the Institute for Applied Common Sense.
“Im not gonna lie to you. I just want to buy something to drink… And no way I’m going back to the penitentiary.”
Charmagne and Helen are seen here in the spring of 2013 on a job site for the Building for Change Program, one of several programs offered to residents of Belize City, Belize by Hand in Hand Ministries.
Me: What’s the toughest thing you have to deal with most days? Gerald: Taking care of my wife. Me: What’s the one thing you want more than anything? Gerald: To see my grandkids grow up.
“I’ll ride 5 miles a day to keep from sitting still all day. The best part of riding is how it makes my legs feel.”
“I don’t want to be called poor no more. I’ve created my own definition for that word. It means: people overlooking opportunities regularly.” Indira appears on this blog by way of Hand in Hand Ministries, who provided volunteers to build…
Pedro Pablo participates in Pathways to Change, a scholarship program partner of Hand in Hand Ministries in Nicaragua.