Sometimes it’s the littlest gestures that put the biggest lump in your throat.
Many youth marched to the top hill in front of the destroyed Buddha statues and held banners with words of condolence and sympathy messages for the people of Japan and silence for the victims earthquake and tsunami.
It’s the little things like this that have to restore your faith in humanity, when it is tested by the ugliness and cynicism every time you pop open a browser tab. But, when that happens, there will always be this. One has to imagine how this village in Afghanistan, one of the most remote places in the world heard about the tragedy in Japan.