There are 4 people in my family.
There are 12 people on my team at work.
There are about 30 people in my cul-de-sac at home.
There are 2,000 people at my company.
There are 25,000 people at my church.
There were 30,000 people in the town I grew up in.
And if you added them all up, they’d still fall well short of the number of people who died in the earthquake in Haiti .
It’s impossible to figure out the total number of lives lost, but some estimates put it at 50,000 – 100,000. And there might be more than a million people homeless or injured.
And if you want to say a prayer for Haiti or link to a different charity raising funds, feel free to do that in the comments.