I wish to see the day when all soldiers are saving rather than taking lives

Indian Army
Rescue operations in flood-hit Uttrakhand, India

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32 thoughts on “I wish to see the day when all soldiers are saving rather than taking lives

  1. Akanksha says:

    So true… Infact, they always save. But mostly from terrorists & attackers. Things will not change unless whole of the mankind starts respecting each other & start believing that everyone’s life is precious.

    About Uttrakhand, its really a frightening situation there. May GOD bless the victims.

    • Otrazhenie says:

      Totally agree with you. In my experience, the majority of people are against violence and wars. Unfortunately, the minority (e.g. terrorists and warlords) or some governments continue fueling violence on this planet.

      It is heart-breaking seening photos from Uttrakhand. Poor people – feel so sorry for them 😦

      • Akanksha says:

        Yes, its pathetic situation in Uttrakhand & we feel so helpless. Even those who are rescued are so shocked by the frightening picture they saw that they can’t even sleep & eat. All we can do is pray for them. May GOD bless them.

      • Otrazhenie says:

        So sad and so scary. Feel so sorry for the people in Uttrakhand 😦

  2. thank u for posting
    with regards
    advocatemmmohan

  3. rabirius says:

    I wish to see that day as well.

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  5. KaagapayMo says:

    well said. thanks for sharing this.

  6. lgambill says:

    Will be a wonderful thing when it happens O.

    Sent from my HTC Oneβ„’ X, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

  7. Dilip says:

    What you say is true.

    Proud of the courageous Indian army soldiers who are rescuing thousands of pilgrims.

    Thanks and regards

    • Otrazhenie says:

      I like the way they made a human bridge – very creative solution in desperate circumstances. You can be proud of your courageous soldiers.

      • dilipnaidu says:

        I am inspired by this picture and can’t resist adding it to my recent post on the Himalayan Floods. I do hope I have your blessings to spread such inspiring deeds.

      • Otrazhenie says:

        Of course. Feel free to spread anything from my blog. That’s the essence of the blogosphere – sharing love, sharing good thoughts.

  8. I love this. A very moving picture. The army personnel are the ones who are actually helping people cope with the disaster, while our politicians are just chilling.

  9. viewpacific says:

    That’s quite an inspiring photo – a human bridge!
    After doing this good work of directly saving people, I wonder how the soldiers feel about their other work.

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