Europe’s most famous volcano, Mt. Etna, has erupted. Nothing is more bizarre of a scene than watching fire pour out of the earth and smoke billow into the sky. It really makes you feel small on this earth when you realize there are still parts of the planet that could explode at any moment into a fiery cyclone of ash.
If you don’t live in the immediate vicinity of the volcano or Sicily, you probably won’t feel the effect of Mt. Etna’s eruption. However, the world we live in is unpredictable. There is always a disaster happening somewhere in the world.
Right now, farmers in Queensland, Australia are recovering from a fire and are now receiving too much rain for the rivers to handle which will lead to flooding. From a bushfire to a flood, these farmers have been put through a lot in the past few months.
Please consider donating to TWCD. At the end of the month, we are going to Australia to help in the recovery effort. Farmers like the ones in Queensland need our help, and you can be a huge part of that.
And if you are planning on flying near Sicily, you might reconsider, there’s a volcano literally pouring ash into the sky.