RURAL MTNS in Puerto Rico – amongst the putrid smell of rotting flesh …. please help us 

 

 

 

A day to day crisis :AMERICANS

d where, they wonder, can they even find food and water?

 A line for medicine? A line for gas? A line for cash? A line for food and water? And where, they wonder, can they even find food and water?

 

Near Yabucoa and San Lorenzo, just northwest of where Maria made landfall, people are living day-to-day with a crisis: Which lifesaving line should they stand in today? A line for medicine? A line for gas? A line for cash? A line for food and water? And where, they wonder, can they even find food and water?.

 

 

 

These people need supplies, generators, lamps, food, water and our labor to help clear roads and repair their houses because it will be months before power and water is restored. 

 Most of the people there are elderly.

We are raising funds to send care packages immediately– of batteries, candles, lamps, battery operated radios, satellite phone, medicines, first-aid supplies, etc. We are planning a trip for two family members to travel there in October, to set things up for the others to come and help with the clean up and repairs. 

ONE OF HEARTNSOULS SANGHA – yogic family shares this :


Juans Story:” My heart hurts when I think about my family members who go without their basic needs.  Here in my home in Massachusetts , I  enjoy coffee, fresh water, food, tv ~ all that I need~MORE THAN I NEED. Without a second thought, I knew right away that I would TRY go to my people to help as many family members as I can given the time allowed perhaps even stay longer God willing… The mountain itself takes care of my family and friends , but thr hurricane has left the majestic mountain wounded and suffering –  we all need help from family and friends to buy one generator and go setup a makeshift family shelter for hot meals and showers and relief from hot days (a.c.), especially for the older folks.”

 

 

PLEASE DONATE – $1? $5 or more if you can . AND PLEASE pray no matter what 

 

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