Amidst the storm sails the steady boat Anchored by divine grace Directed towards freedom Taking people to the shore of hope

TRANSFORMATIONS

“You would have only heard of rebirth but we are living it. The only difference is that we call it“born agin“ if only you could read faces you will known what we feel. We bet we are happier than before.Our smile say it all . . .

Mara

Mara is a sad victim of HIV/AIDS and hails from South Karnataka.  According to her, her husband was an auto-rickshaw driver and is even distant related to her before their marriage. Thankfully, her little boy is from that deadly affliction. He is active and very happy among the other children. So is Mara to be here and as she puts it: I don’t care whether I live or die.  I welcome God’s will. My only wish is that I die in the Home. At least I shall be dying in a holy atmosphere like that of the Home.  In the outside world she was shunned but not at the Home.

Mara
Joseph
Annajiji
Delhi Babu
Gracey
PANKAJA
Rahul
Sriramane
Salomi

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