Each day in Haiti we struggle with the right words to explain in creole our sympathies to those that have lost so much. Culturally it is the norm to ask how someone is but also to inquire on their family. Daily it is difficult when this nation has been so devastated by death that we stopped asking. So many people have lost loved ones, so many are hungry and so many have temporary shelter when they once had a home. Add that to daily struggle of finding work, paying for school and the hurts are everywhere. We have met many people here in Port Au Prince that have burdened our hearts, as we listen to their problems, it seems a short mwen regret, I'm sorry, or M'ap priye pou ou, I will pray for you, doesn't seem like enough. I know my God is big and He can bring help to the helpless and I know he hears my prayers but why does it feel like I am not doing enough.