This girl is about my age and yet she has done so much, things that I’m not sure if I’m ever capable of doing.
Reading through her blog(YES I HAVEN’T SLEPT AFTER THE PREVIOUS POST *#$&*#&$^), this girl is the epitome of a saint. She gives and she gives and she gives. She volunteers to care for special children and even develop strong relationships with the children. When you browse through her blog(do check out the Baby Chee Keong story, I think I used up half the tissue box), you’ll know what I mean.
I’m so embarrassed with myself and all my ability(or maybe it’s even a disability) to just talk nonsense on end. Knowing that this girl is capable of such things, it makes people like me realise that I’m a far cry from this girl. I really admire all that she has done. She raised funds for special children and cared for sick babies. All these at the age of 21.
This girl is so generous with her love and her time.
I feel ashamed of myself for putting aside requests to help publicize causes(I promise I will be more diligent in the future when the opportunity comes knocking on my door(or rather my gmail inbox next.)). While I do want to help, I just did not understand how blogging would help it and I was selfish and I am sorry.
Thank you, Daphne. You’ve been an inspiration.
Now, I remember seeing a campaign searching for Young Malaysian Heroes. Anyone know where it is? I want to nominate her. 🙂