A film by Dentaku TV

12.6M children live in Nepal. 1 in 3 live below the poverty line. 7 million have no access to basic sanitation. For most, this may not seem like the ideal setting for retirement, but John Lowe has found his home and his path to service in Kathmandu, Nepal.


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  • Kara

    i can relate to john so well...recently returning to the states after serving street children (girls living in a training center) in cebu, philippines, i noticed the same kind of poverty and lack of educational opportunity. i too, felt uneasy about staying in the lap of comfort while just outside the bed and breakfast others were begging and hungry. john's admirable deed, however, is a living testimony to how influential one person can be in making this world a better place. this story and my personal experience reminds me of the 14th Dalai Lama's insight regarding the precious human life: "If you contribute to other people’s happiness, you will find the true goal, the true meaning of life.”

  • navinsata

    we are all children of god if we want plant seeds of humanity then who will???we all can do something somewhere in this world .saint tulsidas wrote in one of his verse when birds drink water from river ,river dosent drope water level same way this kind of true inspiration facts are real way to live life god bless us all

  • Sunny

    Thank you for the good video clip

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