But then I just smile

This week has easily been the most difficult one of the mission.

New companion Sister Barros from Capo Verde Africa. She speaks Portuguese with a Portugal accent so it is very hard to understand her. It is very different having a native portguese speaker has your companion. It seriously feels like I am back in the CTM not undestanding anything and not being able to speak anything correctly.
Often times we have problems with each other and I have learned that being silent is the best for this transfer. If i don´t say anything there is nothing to be critized about.
They always say that your second companion is the hardest, and I think they are right.
Though I have made up my mind, no matter what happens I will just smile and work through it, my feet give out under me I will crawl with a smile on my face.
This is a marvelous work, so the workers must be happy as well.
Ether 12:12 For if there be no faith among the children of men God can do no miracle among them; wherefore, he showed not himself until after their faith.

Wishing you the best,

 

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