My Humanaire™ are the people who understand this very basic fact that "Everybody is Unique" and true sense and meaning of life lies in achieving oneself's true potential. Like a Rose is there to blossoms. And that can achieved only when One runs his/her own Race. When Race comes in picture which other story can inspire us than this one, a true story from World's Best athletics competition where My Humanaire™ did not give up in the middle of the race, infect he ran his own race. Cant believe, Do watch this, guys:
Again a awesome story of a vegetable seller lady, who at the age of 20 years left with five kids as her husband died because of lack of healthcare access. That Day she decided and had a Dream to have a hospital for poor where they are treated as Human. Rest, readers can read from different links and I have nothing to add upon. And it is not a coincident that this blog on Humanity and Subhasini ji's hospital name "Humanity Hostpital" resemble on core value. She is my Humanaire!!
Photos: Last two photos are copied from http://www.maheshbhat.com/heroes/mistry/index2.html . I would also love to talk about Mahesh Bhat. He is a renowned documentary and editorial photographer. And it is he who photographed and well-known journalist Anita Pratap penned and discovered, story of Humanity hospital in the book "UNSUNG". Do get your copy guys (http://www.unsung.in). Would try to dig more about Mahesh ji and Anita ji, in search of my next Humanaire! :-) (I dropped a mail to Mahesh ji for his permission to use these photos here on my blog.) Regards A Humanaire!
Many people asked me who would you define as "Humanaire™". So when I conceptualize it I had lots of things in my mind. And I mean it. I have seen what people doing in a never ending race. No, No way, this is not the way to sustain and more than that LIVE the life. Yes I want to share a lot things and would share with the examples from all walks of life who my "Humanaire™" are. Let start. No more words to tell about them, just read it out!
Old People Line Up To Clean Radiation in Japan
Mr. Yamada: “I am 72 and on average I probably have 13 to 15 years left to live. Even if I were exposed to radiation, cancer could take 20 or 30 years or longer to develop. Therefore us older ones have less chance of getting cancer.”
Basically a group of 200+ retirees are volunteering to expose themselves to high levels of radiation so the younger men and women don’t have to.
Making the ultimate sacrifice to protect the lives of their children, and their children’s children.