July – September 2015

Every person owns thoughts and personal aspirations, built and toughed with the passing of the years. For as long as we are young we strive towards a successful professional life, a happy family, a good health or a nice place to live. We are constantly on the run and become so busy when it comes to fulfilling our goals and are tremendously happy step that takes us in that direction. But what perspective can you have when you realize you need a stick to get around, that we need constant support for it that we put ourselves in embarrassing situations because our brain refuses to work with us, visits to the doctor became almost a habit because it’s such a big need, and that basic self-care like cooking for yourself becomes an impossible task?

What do we do if we find ourselves alone in a situation like the one just described? There is one thing that can make a difference! The wise king Solomon said: ’Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come…’ it sounds like a warning about the changes that takes place once you get old. What we were as young people, it’s so closely reflected in our position we have to confront loneliness and aches.

We want to be close to the elderly people we try to help, and make everything easier to get through. We try to be there every step of the way. In their times of despair when things become too hard to bare, we want them to find support in us, and as much as we can to contribute to their well being. In July, August, and September , we had sunny warm days and have been able to walk in the nature often. In September we arranged a trip to Somesul Rece. It was a great opportunity to relax and enjoy the nature. They were offered bags containing food and other supplies. Towards the end of September we started the preparations for the National day of Elderly people, event that will be held at the foundation site.

We can’t wait to share with you our next events! God bless you all and enjoy this wonderful autumn!