Learning to serve others is so important these days. Recently, our older kids at the Children’s Place had an opportunity to practice this—and not only this, but to learn a bit of cooking as well! Teaming up with the kids from our Bright Futures Project, they made a traditional Mongolian dish called Tsuivan—a sort of noodle stew. Later that day they served this hot, comforting food to homeless people in their district. Through this experience, our teenagers learned the valuable lesson that rather than a burden, serving others is actually a privilege. There are many people in Ulaanbaatar less fortunate than they are, and they need to be served!
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