Madonna promotes Kaballah amongst orphans
The singer plans to spend 3 million dollars to construct an orphanage in Malawi and a well for the children to provide them with clean drinking water.Updated: Oct 07, 2006 17:19 IST
Pop diva Madonna has sure enough done everything in her power to promote Kaballah, the mystical Jewish religion, and now she is all set to turn African orphans towards it.
The singer, who is planning to construct an orphanage in Malawi, plans to spend 3 million dollars to construct a well for the children and provide them clean drinking water.
"Water is the purest expression of God's sharing essence. The water will be Kaballah water," a source was quoted by the New York post, as saying.
The Material girl also donated copies of her debut children's story The English Roses to AIDS orphans in Blantyre.
Madonna and Ritchie arrived in a four-vehicle convoy at Kondanani children's village, near Blantyre, where she met a group of 50 children. After listening to the children sing, Madonna handed the kids translated copies of her book.
"She and her husband are very lovely. She has a kind heart; she really wants to help. She appreciates the work we are doing here," orphanage director Anne Chikhwaza was quoted by Contactmusic, as saying.
First Published: Oct 07, 2006 17:19 IST