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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Make Love Run 2

On Sunday, July 19, 2009, Nicky, Henry, and I will run our 2nd half-marathon via Run For Home of Globe-Ayala Land, Inc.

This time around, we will Make Love Run for Mheng Torres.

Mheng was diagnosed last June 2002 with Pott's disease that involves his spinal cord which paralyzes him from the waist down. He was also diagnosed with hydrocephalus, and was blessed to be treated from time to time due to a shunt in the brain that allows doctors to regulate the fluids. Please click here to read more about Mheng and his condition.

Despite his condition, Mheng continues to love God and His people, through the various service opportunities that come his way. He gives talks, builds houses (yes!), and do mission work in the prisons, provinces, etc. All these he does while undergoing rehabilitation and medication, which costs him way beyond the combined income of his family members. Imagine what else he could do if he's restored to excellent health and condition.

Mheng is truly inspiring, and is a living testimony that God provides for His people. Help us help him to sustain his needs for medicines, vitamins, and physical therapy sessions.

Nicky, Henry, and I appeal for at least P10 per kilometer that each of us covers for Mheng.

Should you wish to Make Love Run for Mheng, please email me at jetpaiso@yahoo.com indicating the following details:

EXAMPLE
Name: John Doe
Runner: (Choose either Nicky, Henry, or Jet)
Pledge/Km: P10 or higher

I will update you after the run through this blog. Here is Mheng's bank account details: BDO 2370113258, Rommel R Torres.

Thank you in advance and we look forward to your love.
Keep the love running!

4 comments:

Amado L. Castro, Jr. July 15, 2009 at 12:02 PM  

Dear Jet - Very worthy cause. Count me in and check your mail.

Jet Paiso July 15, 2009 at 1:54 PM  

Thank you very much Sir Amado! God bless! =)

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