Vlad is confident that the Black Sea and the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia will wait for him because he wants to learn to walk on his own. He dreams of playing soccer with kids his age, running on the grass, and traveling, rather than sitting at home.
Everyone has the ability to help children who are in trouble. Aren't we living here on Earth in order to help each other?
Sometimes it seems that in one's life everything is going well: a spouse, children, home, vehicle – all one needs, nothing to complain about!
A person has work and friends, but sometimes, watching the marvellous sunset, or listening to beautiful music, or reading, comes to realise that there is something important in life lacking.
He realises that the Creator has created all this beauty, including people.
And with his whole being he accepts this revelation from Heaven.
If we disturb unity and beauty of nature on Earth, we disturb Divine harmony…
A new day comes, and the old sinful human life continues. But hope for the better is still there.
Our appeal is to you, our friend: Do not let the best that you have inside perish!
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