Haiti has almonds everywhere. We pay the premium for them in the US. The nut is so tough outside you pound with rocks and dig out the centers with fingernails or other things. Yes, hammers or nut crackers would be convenient but this is Haiti folks.
Some industrious kids showed us exactly what it takes. I reminded my fellow travelers hands and rocks weren’t so clean, be careful. It might be what gave Ash his “Haitian Happiness” but we all sampled.
Later on a walk, two of our harvestors were ready for more. For who, I don’t know but a great lesson in giving what you have.
I think of a song from prayer group by our local Old Man Worship Band “Silver and gold I do not have, but what I have I give to you.”
The rest of the story makes it seem so simple how miracles are done. “In the Name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk.” Acts 3:6