Posted by clnvic April 25, 2015 in Conscious Living, Inspirational, Spirituality, Thrive with 0 Comments
Editor’s Note: This is a an inspirational photo essay. You can read our main story about the Nepal earthquake here, learn about what a 7.9 magnitude means here, and view a home video of the aftermath here.
“When we meet real tragedy in life, we can react in two ways – either by losing hope and falling into self-destructive habits, or by using the challenge to find our inner strength.” ~ Dalai Lama
Wherever there is tragedy, there is always compassion and support, and often even heroism. We humans are hard-wired to be compassionate and empathetic.
In the early hours after the devastating Nepal quake, the people there rose to the occasion to sooth and help each other.
Children and adults alike received loving assistance from both professionals and bystanders.
Nepalese bonded together to carry their wounded countrymen in makeshift stretchers.
Army and citizens worked side-by-side.
People comforted each other as they faced the devastating loss of loved ones, sacred monuments and homes.
We at CLN send our love and prayers to the people of Nepal for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
Want to do your part from right where you are? Donate to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund on Global Giving.
Read our main story about the Nepal earthquake here, learn about what a 7.9 magnitude means here, and view a home video of the aftermath here.
Thanks to: http://consciouslifenews.com