Hi, hello, happy Monday.
It’s tough sometimes, right, the world? Just being in it. All sorts of challenges and emotional moments that can potentially bring a person to their knees. All we are as a person, in some ways, is the sum total of how we react to those moments. How do we choose to ride the swells?
Mohammed Bzeek is a Libyan-born Muslim man who lives in Azusa, CA.
He has chosen to ride the swells by fostering terminally ill children. Get your hankies ready and look:
That video is the accompanying one for the GoFundMe campaign set up for Mr. Bzeek and his care of these children. It followed a story in the LA Times about Mr. Bzeek. I recommend you read that whole story. It starts like this:
The children were going to die.
Mohamed Bzeek knew that. But in his more than two decades as a foster father, he took them in anyway — the sickest of the sick in Los Angeles County’s sprawling foster care system.
He has buried about 10 children. Some died in his arms.
Anyway, as I said: Happy Monday.