A passion for aiding during a disaster was discovered during Hurricane Harvey, and all of this spawned from there.
Michael- During Harvey i noticed that my desire to get outside and do something trumped my desire to be comfortable. It even went further than that; food, sleep, recreation, bills, etc, were all put on the back burner for the purpose of being of service. This may sound irresponsible, but when i took a look at my priorities i realized how minuscule my problems and concerns were in comparison to those of the people we were helping. That same concept continues today with recent storms.
The single most amazing feeling i have ever experienced in my life is helping somebody feel better on one of the worst days of their life. Chaos is a breeding ground for compassion.
Our mission is simple: we wish to be of service as best as we can in times of need. Of course, our abilities vary depending on financial situation, location, commitments, etc. Our primary objective always remains the same. More Love Than Water now has a pretty powerful team of skilled, like minded, individuals. Our team proved itself during Hurricane Michael. There was no more waiting around, wondering what to do or where to go. Thanks to Sandy Reeves, we had all the guidance and work that we could ask for.
My hope for the future is that our team will be capable of responding to all major disasters in the United States of America.