Following a natural disaster, there might be an outpouring of love and support that inspires people to treat everyone better. Perhaps a person who helps during this time might decide to dedicate their lives to helping others, affecting thousands of lives for the better. Technologies may be developed that prevent bigger disasters down the road. With our limited perspective, it’s impossible to see all the positive consequences that might arise from a personal crisis or natural disaster. Part of faith is learning to trust, as Swedenborg assures us, that the Lord will not allow anything to happen if it cannot eventually be turned to good (Secrets of Heaven #6574). via Swedenborg.com
Ways to Turn Bad to Good:
Donations for Dayton Disaster
Foodbank Donations: bottled water and non-perishable food item donations, as well as volunteers to help sort food. The Foodbank ask that the non-perishable food items are easy to open.
Where to Donate Goods via Dayton.com
Matthew 25 Ministries :Monetary Donations, Non-Perishable Food, Personal Care Products, Cleaning supplies, Paper products, Baby and infant supplies, First-Aid items, New and gently used clothing, Candles and flashlights, Clean-up supplies
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