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CEO Message

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Dear friends and benefactors of Matany Hospital, this year I am writing to you my Christmas and Thank you letter at the end of my annual retreat. These days of silence reminded me again how important our breath is. To become quiet – to let hectic go – to experience breath. Breath; this life givi ng current – the unconscious life preservation.

 

Breath and breathing are interlinked with life, are the strength which preserve life and steer it. This breath of life, the Spirit of God, of whom everything has existence, has given me during many days of my life a basis and support. However at times I have questioned this fact and even doubted. I have got feelings, laugh or weep, am happy or sad.

Since the very beginning people thought about this great source of the life giving breath, which is God’s gift to us. Every year we celebrate Christmas anew: The remembrance of the birth of Jesus, the small, big miracle of Bethlehem. Also Jesus, the son of God, was in need of this breath, in order to actually live on this earth; for breathing is the unseen, human connection to God. All people are in connection with this spring. No one is forgotten, everyone receives this gift of breath. God is not far from us. He is in the real sense with us until the end of our days and surely beyond.


Now, during the time of Advent and Christmas we search for these moments of silence, moments of reflection, moments of letting go and becoming free, moments of quiet breathing, may be even moments of a new start. I breathe – you breathe and together we breathe in God.


Whenever I pass maternity ward I can hear the cry of newborn babies. It is a liberating and life giving breathing, in and out of this life breath. - The miracle of a new life and the cry for the creator.


At the end of this year we registered for the first time in the existence of the Hospit al more than 1,000 deliveries in a year of which ¼ were through Caesarean Sections...read more


With this in mind I wish you all a joyous and blessed Christmas and many good wishes for the New Year.

Br. Gunther Naehrich and Team
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