March 24, 2011

Soul Food



Narayanan Krishnan -
Narayanan Krishnan - Website Link

9 comments:

  1. So beautiful. Thanks for sharing it!

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  2. Simply amazing. Look at how the very basic things in life (or lack of) make such a difference. How can anyone look on those suffering in such conditions not feel at the very least pity? Being poor in America is very different than being poor elsewhere in the world. He will be rewarded for his good works, karma truly exists.

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  3. I'm so glad you posted this. This is such a beautiful reminder that the greatest thing we can do is give back. My favorite part of it all is that he seemed so happy doing all of this. More people need to follow this example.

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  4. Thank you B for sharing a picture of perfect love.

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  5. From my heart to your blog, i love your writing. Beautiful man, Narayanan.

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  6. I found myself with tears falling into my morning tea as I watched this. Thank you for sharing this beautiful portrait of love, B; I am in awe of the compassion and generosity of Mr. Krishnan. Even on my worst days of seeing ignorance and cruelty, I'm heartened to find there are people out there setting these kinds of examples and there are people eager to share these stories with the rest of the world.

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  7. This video is wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing it on your blog. It's always good to see important issues like this highlighted on other's blogs. This man is beyond just an inspiration... amazing!

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  8. Good for the soul, great reminder of the human spirit....

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  9. so beautiful. i have tears in my eyes and, at the same time, a smile on my face. thank you so much for sharing.

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