When faced with the inequalities of life, I wonder why I am so blessed. I live in Haiti; but, I wake up in a comfortable bed every morning without wondering if I will have food to eat, clean water to take a bath or a host of other things we call necessities of life. And then I get dressed and go outside to minister to the people God has called me to….the guilt can be over-powering at times. However, when I sit with them life seems to equalize. When I hold their hand, kiss their cheek or hug them, I realize those are the REAL necessities of life. Love. Touch. Hope. Those are the things we all need every day. I can’t feed every hungry child. I can’t house all the homeless. I can’t ensure that every child will learn to read and write. But I can’t do nothing just because I can’t do everything. So I continue to love, touch and share hope with as many as I can reach….because I believe the manner in which I distribute the few THINGS I have to give is multiplied by my smile.