Chandra A Clements
Wendy and the Stein Family of Taylor’s Beach NSW Australia had a dream. A dream to save and improve the lives of vulnerable women and children in Papua New Guinea. Spacim Pikinini (the charity) and the Kula Spirit (a floating medical clinic) are the outcomes of this dream. This book is a humanitarian success story, wrapped in a funding challenge, and now crippled by a virus. Coronavirus. Yet failure is not an option and with your purchase of this book, a virus, rugged terrain, and the roughest of seas do not stand a chance against compassion. This is a charity book aimed to raise funds and awareness for the project and to celebrate the work that has been done to save and improve the lives of so many women and children in PNG.If I met you in the street right now, cried on your shoulder, and asked you for a cup a coffee, I know you would say yes. You would not blink over the cost of a chat and some comfort applied to a woman in need. That is who we are. We are humans. We are humanitarians. And we love to love. Yet, sometimes the challenge to help those most in need seems overwhelming; too much for one person. Sometimes we feel powerless to make a difference and resign ourselves to the corners set aside for the watchers. It is not that we don’t want to help and drive a better life. It is we simply don’t know how.If this is you, then please take this book home today.