SAVING LIVES Hi Guys – Per last week’s appeal on behalf of my friends in Nepal, I’m dedicating the coming weeks to generating support for a village that warmed my heart and altered the trajectory of my life. Below are more photos recently taken of the devastation in Nawalpur Village, where over 50 people have read more..
Hi Guys –
Per last week’s appeal on behalf of my friends in Nepal, I’m dedicating the coming weeks to generating support for a village that warmed my heart and altered the trajectory of my life.
Below are more photos recently taken of the devastation in Nawalpur Village, where over 50 people have lost their lives (including survivors of the earthquake who didn’t receive aid in time). Along with your contributions, I’ve chipped in so that we’ve collectively sent over $6,000 US directly to this community that desperately requires more assistance. We’ve channeled our resources to help save lives, my friends, and it’s been one of the most humbling and heartening weeks of my life. Thank you.
I’ve made my personal Facebook account’s photo album, which details my first two visits to Nawalpur, public. It includes a direct way you, your friends, family, and co-workers can support the loving people of this lovely place. Please view it here.
As for me, grief is giving way to relief – and I’m welcoming a wealth of gratitude. Especially for some soulful men who have allowed me to tap further into the joy found in generosity.
Namaste, Men Alive – the divine light in me greets the divine light in you…
The main photo is of the main market area of Nawalpur Village, where I spent many days connecting with friends and their loved ones.
The above photo is how I learned several of my friends were indeed alive. Here they are, over a week after the earthquake, receiving aid for the first time.
Like over 90% of the homes in the entire Sindhupalchok District, this one has collapsed.
This is the building for grades four and five of one of the schools friends and I raised funds to provide clean water, functioning toilets, dry erase boards, and window shutters for. Some of the money donated will assuredly go toward rebuilding efforts.
This is where I would sip milk tea and eat momos with my friends.
The photos above and below are of a friend and teacher’s home, where I had dinner, and in the shop under it where I would sip tea and relax with friends.
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