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03 June 2024


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The unfolding story of Mohammed and his family offers a point of light and hope.


How beautiful for all the wonderful hearts of people around the world helping others in need.
Blessings and thanks for keeping us updated.
Our prayers are always with those suffering around the world
Love Jeanne


There is still so much goodness in our broken but beautiful world. May Mohammed and family be strengthened in all their challenges ahead and heal from their unimaginable losses and trauma. God bless you and Sue and all His helpers β€”- Angels among us.


Thank you for sharing the good. Thank you to all who help others each day. We have the ability to change our world, one day , one moment at a time, one act at a time.


You have accomplished so much in your life but this iniative is by far your greatest. You gathered people together to save this young family. There is a special place in heaven for you. Blessings to Mohammed, his family and all involved.


Heartwarming. ❀️

Sue Young

Oh this makes my heart happy to hear! Thx for sharing, Corey… please continue to share his story and pictures!


Thanks for the update. I think of them often and wonder how they are doing.

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