On one of my early trips to Haiti, after the earthquake, I decided to start juggling for the people in the village of Madan Beliz. Madan Beliz is so poor that when aid workers first arrived, many of the people did not even have clothes. There was no clean water source, no immediate local food source, and the lake nearby had been completely fished out. The people were living by subsistence however they could.

Yet in the midst of all that, it only took five rocks flying aloft to bring a smile to their faces.

Epic performing win, where it mattered the most.

(Photo by Brandon Vedder).

Madan Beliz Haiti 3/30/2010

rock juggling greg bennick
rock juggling greg bennick