Minimizing stress due to the pandemic by harnessing their creativity, KADIWA members from the Local Congregation of Taipei City, Ecclesiastical District of Taiwan held a paper cutting activity on June 27, 2021.
Following online video tutorials, the young brethren, at the confines of their respective homes, took their time in producing intricate patterns in paper according to how they imagined it. Not only were they able to come up with eye-catching designs that they displayed in their office or at their dormitories but they were also able to de-stress, with their minds focused on their challenging project.
“I was amazed how, just from recycled papers, my fellow brethren were able to make creative artistic designs,” said Kim Aries Lupato, KADIWA officer. “Activities like this truly help a lot—a stress reliever—especially for some of us who are Overseas Filipino Workers.” — With reports from INC News Section