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May 2014 Mission

As I am going into my senior year of college, I have done a good share of volunteer work so far but when I was offered the opportunity to serve with the Mission of Healing eyes, I knew that this experience would be a different type of journey for me.

This mission was different compared to other volunteer experiences that I had encountered mainly from the amount of love and passion that was at the center of every incision and discussion. I could not have imagined a better team to be a part of where both surgeons were more than willing to offer explanations to procedures that they were performing and the other team members who always had on smiles that you could see even from under their surgical masks.

After helping serve the people of Zihuatanejo and being able to see how expertly God works through us, I am looking forward to serve as much as I can with the Mission of Healing Eyes in the future. Although this mission does so much for the blinded poor in Zihuantanejo, it has also changed my perspective and willingness to serve for the greater good in the process.

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