The Rohingya’s I met, they went through unimaginable hardships.
Today I only have one request. Every time I met #Rohingya refugees, they would ask me: ‘Will you share our story? We must not be forgotten’. This is why I wrote this: to let people know about the unimaginable hardships these families are living, but also their hope, strength and resilience. I hope you will read this story and feel inspired to help in any way you can. So they won’t be forgotten.”
For the Rohingya: Pray – Give – Bear witness – Share
There is a lot that you can do. In any way you feel inspired or you can. And I know for sure that Unia would be very thankful for that. Pray if you’re a prayer warrior or if you are just touched by this story or by the fate of the refugees. If you want to give, please go to our website.
Pope Francis said: ‘The presence of God today is also called Rohingya.’ And while I was there, walking in the endless camp, I believe this to be true. I saw Jesus in the act of Aaid – a seventy-two year old Rohingya refugee man who lost his wife and grandson, as they got shot while they were running. But then he took in a boy he saw crying on the street for his mom and dad in as his own son, and has cared for him since. Can we do that today? Make an act of unselfish love? An act of love that is going to cost us, but we do not moan or groan about it? I dare you today.