Maflor Svandís 

Loving Act/JLKJLU Mission/BROSIS Group Founder/Organizer

2018-Present    Brosis Group Founder/Admin

2018-Present  Brosis Football Club Founder/Coordinator

2017-18 Brosis School    Co-Founder/Program Coordinator

                                     Volunteer Assistant Teacher

Make A Difference With Your Heart

Behave Wisely. A wise man's heart leads him to do right, and a fool's heart leads him to do evil.

- Ecclesiastes 10:2

"The key to accessing the heart's wisdom about the meaning of life is by attending to the lessons of our hearts; we can glean insight into the meaning of our lives."


"A particular lesson the heart can teach us about life's puzzle can be found in The Book of Ecclesiastes."


"King Solomon, a powerful king who can do whatever he wants, whenever he wants, without restraint.

What lesson has this king learned after a lifetime of pursuing wealth, possessions, pleasure, and otherworldly goals?

The king finds wisdom and knowledge meaningless."


Remember to find your worth in Jesus, not things of this world.

- Maflor 

IM, Loving Act - JLKJLU Mission

Kenya: Volunteer 2017-18



"To Nurture Heart-Brain Connection

Is For Lifelong Learning"

- LovingAct, JLKJLU Mission & BROSIS Group/Football/Library

"When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts."

- Dalai Lama

An education that combines the two is the most effective and best way for our children to learn and the true heart of teaching beyond technique is from the heart, not from the book. A teacher must have motherly/fatherly love with their students, who has the childrens' best interest at heart.

Teaching school children happiness, empathy, altruism and compassion has proven beneficial results for lifelong learning as a whole and and to show them to respect our shared humanity and to care.


Children watch their parents and other adults, for clues on how to react. Keep in mind that our children will pay a lot more attention to what you do. Suppose you say one thing and do another. In that case, The old warning "Do as I say, not as I do" simply does not work, particularly when it comes to teaching gentleness in a violent world where slum and unfortunate children experience injustice in government systems and at their homes.

We can guide these slum children the better way. We can choose to educate them self knowledge and inner wisdom and choose to walk in truth and in love.


“Let all that you do be done in love.”  1 Corinthians 16:14