This is Brayan. Taking the time today to wash Edgar’s bike for him.
Edgar is the only person in our 70-person community in Lima who is working – he is required to work because of his “essential” job as a security guard for a construction site. There are no workers on the work site, but he is required to go, and now has to work 24-hour shifts.
Because he has no access to public transportation, Edgar rides his bike 40 minutes to work each day, and an hour home, because home is uphill. Brayan is giving what he can – honor, respect, support, love, a little elbow grease. What can you give?
Is there someone in your home or community who is still required to work outside in all this chaos? Someone who is essential to the rest of the world? Take the time today to honor, respect, support, and love them. It goes a long way.