Gas Masks for Khan Sheikhoun

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6 Responses

  1. Kristina says:

    This was such a beautiful and important post. Thank you for bringing light to the refugee crisis, especially in the travel blogger sphere. We may feel we can’t do much, but there are little things we can do.

    • Teja says:

      Absolutely. A lot of the time we think because we can’t make a change all by ourselves, then it’s not worth doing. But something well thought out and sincere, consistent, is always worth doing even if it’s very small.

  2. neha says:

    Your writeup moves something within. All that comes to mind is the lines from Robert Frost poem “nature doesn’t love a wall”… You are doing some good work out there

    • Teja says:

      Thank you. I think the bloggers the the stories I linked to were pretty awesome to have thought of it, done it, and then wrote about it. We many not all be able to do much, but a little bit every so often – consistently over time – is far from nothing. Every finance savings person will tell you so, and it’s no different for investing in human compassion.

  3. Lydia Smith says:

    Wow. You really did good. Dedicating a whole post for volunteering enlightenment. Thumbs up. Many people are non humans. For whatever sake would one want to see a fellow being in distress. It’s so unfair.

  4. Sandy N Vyjay says:

    It is really sad that we Man is not able to treasure and preserve this beautiful world that he inherited. It is imperative for every person to try and do their mite to ensure that the earth is not violated. Loved your lovely verses, very moving indeed.