Bieber, who built a school in Guatemala with Pencils of Promise team over the weekend, says that he 'had one of the most amazing powerful experiences' during the trip.
Justin Bieber, who spent his weekend building a school in Guatemala, can't help sharing stories from the trip to his fans via a video confession. In the 3-minute video, which was uploaded on Monday, October 28, the "Baby" singer encourages his fans to give back following the "amazing" experience he had during the trip.
"I just had one of the most amazing powerful experiences of my life in Guatemala. I went with Pencils of Promise to work with the people to build a school for their community. This was one of the schools the Believe Tour helped build and to see the people...who had nothing but were so happy. It was amazing," Bieber captioned the video.
"I feel like they helped me as much as I helped them," he added. "You can make a huge difference in this world if you just give to others. It is a feeling like no other. just had to share this video confession because i cant stop thinking about it. Love all of you. Go out there and help change the world. Thanks. - Justin."
Some photos obtained by TMZ show Bieber doing his work with the non-profit organization, which aims at increasing education opportunities, after performing in Guatemala City on Saturday, October 26. He went to the area on Sunday. Ditching his shirt, Bieber helped building the walls. Another photo shows him taking off his shoes and giving them to a local boy.
"Giving feels way better then receiving. Give to others. Give of yourself. In return you will feel more happiness then u have ever known," he tweeted afterwards.