April 2021
Issue Date : 2021/4/15
Networking with Love
 
Through donation and redistribution, extra food returns to the food system and becomes a blessing to people in need.

The Mustard Seed Mission (MSM) promotes the concept of "Zero Hunger - Build a Hunger-free Network", achieving a sustainable environment by optimizing the value of food through sharing.

Village Chief of Pingan Village, where the first MSM Community Fridge in Taichung launched, shared about how it creates more opportunities to reach those hidden ones in the community and provides them further and immediate help.

Through donation and redistribution, extra food returns to the food system and becomes a blessing to people in need!

 

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Lillian R. Dickson's Quotes

I'm back, back in Formosa, my home, where I belong, and where my roots have gone down deep!

“I'm back, back in Formosa, my home...”

I'm back, back in Formosa, my home, where I belong, and where my roots have gone down deep! The pacific, no matter how beautifully blue and arresting, seemed far too wide and unending to suit me. My heart out-distanced the boat in speed, and I felt at times as if I would have to dive in and give the boat a push and see if it wouldn't go faster.

▏Extracted from Lillian R. Dickson's Letter - July 1951

Photo: In 1947, Lillian R. Dickson, the founder of the Mustard Seed Mission returned to Taiwan, the land she loved so much. With the spirit of " Let’s go where there is the greater need. " she devoted herself to medical care, relief for the disadvantaged, education, missions and other services.

 

You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your being, with all your mind, and with all your strength. The second is this, You will love your neighbor as yourself.

Mark 12:30-31

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