There is an army of people "breathing life" throughout the world. They breathe life in hospitals and orphanages, schools and nursing homes. There are many of them. They bring bread, education, justice to the world's hidden places. Others are leaders of churches and communities. There are many ways to breathe life. Jesus Adrian Romero, with words like these, introduces one of his songs. It takes its name and its theme from the story of the valley of dry bones in the prophet Ezekiel. It's a metaphor for the important work many people are doing throughout the world: breathing life where there is death and where people are in need.
And you, my dear young person - where are you breathing life?