With Christmas fast approaching, churches and charities across Germany are starting their caring campaigns to help their communities. A friend recently went to the city center with members of a church in Stuttgart to distribute homemade candles, and also spoke some blessings to passersby, bringing warmth to the city under the haze of the epidemic. Friends told me that the event has been in preparation for a long time, and they also put a lot of thought into making candles. She said she was impressed by the surprise of a homeless person who took the candle.
When he received this gift, he was surprised at first, then smiled a little, and quickly thanked him, and then asked his friend if he could get a remove background from image few more candles. Of course her friends were happy and said that the joy of the homeless person moved her and warmed the hearts of all the distributors. Under the bite of the cold snap and the unprecedented severe epidemic, many people are in urgent need of help. It is a great joy to be able to help others and bring back the joy that has not been seen for a long time on their faces. People who have studied German have learned a sentence in the first class:
"How can I help you?" , help register address, find a house. After we settled down, we began to help the people around us, shopping for our neighbors, copying notes for classmates, and giving other people’s life experiences. We have all received the kindness of others, and we have passed this kindness to the next person’s hand like a warm candle. In the past year, more and more Hong Kong people have moved to Germany. Many are also families, young or middle-aged couples with young children moving to the heart of Europe. When they first arrived in Guijing, they naturally needed a lot of help and support. Fortunately, there are many warmhearted Germans and Hong Kongers who let them settle down.