“When I received the news of Katrina Hurricane, I asked to have a minute of silence to pray for those who died. But one of the women told me: “When you met us, you did not only pray for us and I now that I am dying I do not want that if someone meet my children he does pray for them only….we want to learn to love as somebody loved us”.
In four weeks they fully filled a lorry with stones to be sold. I was moved to tears because I was not like them, I was not moved by what happened in America, instead they were moved. The human heart is like this, the human heart is this: it moves and when it sees another man in need, the first thing is to say: “I am with you”