If you fly over Idlib in a plane, you might think you see a community way down below you, in blue or white.
But if your plane landed there, you would be shocked at the sight.
You would not find tall buildings or villas, only dilapidated tents.
Your heart would cry painful tears if you saw how the people live.
You would see the sacrifices these families have made over the past ten years.
You would see the completely destroyed buildings, and would begin to understand why you also see millions of people living in tents, with none of the necessities of life.
You would feel the pain and disappointment, the suffering of this life that shows how differently they live from most of the world’s people.