Orphans

Yesterday I went to see parent-less children in children’s home called “Pastogė”(Shelter). It was my second visit there. It is really motivating and inspiring to see young children running around, playing, talking, even throwing toy-cubes at you… Even if those pupils are living without parents, they are just like anyone. Angry as anyone, happy as anyone, fragile as anyone.

I even noticed a certain mother visiting her child in there. Seemed like an episode from a high-caliber drama. Yet two hours that I have been there flashed by very, very fast, and I want to visit again. To share with less lucky, to ask questions, to answer those given..

But some of those children’s homes face problems unknown. There is one children’s home here in Kaunas that is really secretive, and I only long to know what happens there..

2 thoughts on “Orphans

  1. susirupines

    Yes I will! We will even have a all-day event for these children from all our city in a few months!

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