"Dear Dan, staff, associates and residents of Tabor;
Last year we celebrated 60 years as a village known for its motto "where caring comes from the heart." It was a joyous event. But today we reach out to comfort and uphold each other as we suffer in the refining fires of covid 19. In these times, Tabor's motto shines like a light in the darkness. All who are involved directly or indirectly in the care of my sister who has covid are in our daily prayers. You inspire us with your courage and the many extra responsibilities you take on, not just for your seniors but for their families like us. Despite the concern and anxiety we feel about our loved one, we don't feel like we are walking this valley alone. The empathy we see in you is a comfort to us and many others I am sure.
I leave with you this quote by Tozer in an article entitled "God Knows How Much Pressure We Can Take"
'You will feel and understand the ministry of the night; its power to purify, to detach, to humble, to destroy the fear of death, and what is more important to you at the moment, the fear of life.
Slowly you will discover God's love in your suffering. Your heart will begin to approve the whole thing. You will learn from yourself what all the schools in the world could not teach you - the healing action of faith without supporting pleasure!'
And in conclusion a word from the Lord, "Let, I pray, Your merciful kindness be for my comfort, According to Your word to Your servant." Ps. 119:76.
Love and prayers,"
-The Siblings of an Older Person living at Tabor Home
"As former caregivers to my parents, I was just appalled when I read our local paper on Thursday to see a comment... about the care given at Tabor Home... our experience...it was one of caring, compassion, respect, empathy and love...
The staff are doing their very best in unprecedented times. They go home each day to their families and I’m sure that they are very concerned about the possibility of bringing the virus home. We are praying and thinking of you and the staff each day. You are all doing a outstanding job – keep up the good work!!"
-A grateful daughter
"Thanks again to all your staff for the care and support they provide, and may you all have a blessed Christmas."
-A grateful donor
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Dan Levitt, MSc., CHE
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