It’s Ok Brother, I’m Used To Hunger. Let Him Eat, He Doesn’t Seem To Bear Hunger

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December 5th, 2015 / 1:02 PM

Chennai residents have shown what spirit of India is about. They have come together to help each other without any form of negativity. No shouting at city/state/central government. No yelling at this NGO/group or that. There are many heroes in this crisis, who have done whatever required to help those in need.

This story should inspire everyone of us, to put other human beings above self.

Who is poor:This boy demonstrated something that i will need another life time to witness again. There was this dilemma…

Posted by Srikanth Karthikeyan on Friday, 4 December 2015


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