Kindness from Solomon Islanders to Thailand Flood Relief 2011

Thailandflood crisis was put on the world news. In Solomon Island, a young Henry Sale, who was ordained as a Buddhist monk in Thailand last year, raised his concern to his group of friends. This youth group has had an association with the local Thai Buddhist temple in Solomon Island for a number of years. They decided to do something to help in this crisis.

They carried posters showing ‘Our kindness from Solomon Islanders to Thailand Flood Relief 2011’ and  walked through downtown of Honiara. The big group of youth and encouraging voice from the speaker caught attention from people around there. Amazingly, people, who don’t have much income themselves, were very happy to part with their money to help. It clearly shows that kindness and generosity can be found anywhere at all.

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