Torsten Sedlmeier

The Mexico Expedition has been a very extraordinary time, seeing people, who are so poor, and yet happy. You could see the “happy eyes” of nearly everyone. The “happy smile”. The “happy heart”. It touched me so much. Living with a minimum of belongings. Satisfied with what you have, and being with family, friends, neighbors. Helping and respecting each other. Happy, and not jealous, with what others achieve and get (new water cistern, oven, etc.) – but even helping each other to get it! Real Ethos! They live the ethos!
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Scott Lane

I appreciate the opportunity to share my thoughts about the Humanitarian trip to Mexico. My first “forever grateful thoughts” and “thank you” goes out to whoever spearheaded the formation of the ASEA Advancing Life Foundation, without their vision, none of this would have happened.
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Beth Wofford

What an indescribable experience. Getting to know those remarkable Mexican people was the highlight of our trip. Bill & I are farmers and thought we were pretty tough physically, but the local villagers put us to shame with their work ethic, stamina, and resilience. Our primitive housing underscored how spoiled we are here at home.
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David Key

I felt so proud to help strangers that were so gracious and grateful to allow us into their private world.  We have changed the lives of many including generations of people with access to life essentials. It was quite amazing watching the villagers participate in their improvement. And I am proud to be Associated with the Advancing Life Foundation, and all that it represents.
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