It’s been a long day (Right)

Rohingya refugee children from Myanmar’s Rakhine state rest at a refugee camp near Teknaf, Bangladesh. Nearly 125,000 mostly Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh since a fresh surge of violence in Myanmar began in late August. Photo by: K. M. Asad, Agence France-Presse, Getty Images. (wsj.com, September 5, 2017)


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  1. utterly heartbreaking –

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  2. Nan Morrissette says:

    I am unable to understand how, as a compassionate human, I can think about the vast number of other humans, each as important as me, and what horrors they are living through right this second. Terrorists. Famine. Hurricanes. DACA. Why them? How can they be made safe? It gets harder and harder to comprehend.

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  3. It is hard to ‘like’ this post but very important to acknowledge it and the human tragedy it represents. Thank you David for showing human truth in all its sadness and horror.

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  4. Things must be very bad if going to Bangladesh is a better place. That country has had so many calamities!

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  5. gouparchery says:

    good post

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  6. Overwhelmed by the suffering in our world but seeing so much love of one for another in this scene. Also I’m feeling immense gratitude for my life as it is and a longing to make all right with the world.

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  7. I can’t seem to manage all the sorrow – my heart is too full – so. I hope so, that every act of kindness is amplified exponentially, when it should just be who we are.

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  8. Heart wrenching photo but shows such compassion that is so innate within a person even a very young child. We could all learn from this. I believe we are all born with this instinct.

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