When the 3 km run started, we had a good start. We were catching up with other participants one after another. Then at the middle of the event, she was already complaining of aching legs and her thighs were beginning to be itchy. At that moment, I knew I had to carry her before she gets muscle cramps. So, I ended up carrying a kid on my back. It was my decision anyway and what mattered most was I had a great bonding moment with my daughter.
Upon reaching the finish line, after catching up with our breath, got a chance to meet some of the benefactors. It broke my heart thinking why these kids, so young and faultless, suffer these dreadful disease that's eating up their youth... their lives. By just looking at them, I knew, we did something good that day. It might not be enough to cover all their expenses for the whole treatment, but at least it could help.
I hope we'll have more events like this which can help those who needed most. In as much as I pray to our Lord to spare the lives of the children by laying His healing hands upon them. Yahweh bless.