I’m serious, here.
Do you live in a slum built around and with the contents of a huge landfill?
In our country living near garbage is considered dangerous, toxic, and illegal. Especially if you have children, it is wrong to attempt such a life.
In other countries, though, life with garbage is the only method of survival. No one cares if that is where you choose to live. Therefore, since sometimes people throw away great stuff, it can be a means of income, recycling and selling one man’s trash, which can become your treasure.
But the children!
Check out what becomes of the children, here.
You will weep.
I’m pretty sure of it.
8 thoughts on “Do you live in a garbage heap?”
Just shows want kids can do
It surely does. I think they had help from an adult or two, but bravo to all involved, I say.
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Reblogged this on The Faery Inn and commented:
I have no thoughts to add. I just…sat here and smiled at the creativity of man. God has truly infused each of us with his creative ability, to make something out of nothing. To make art and beauty out of garbage. If that isn’t evidence of Mighty Creator God, I don’t know what is.
Grace & Peace,
Very good point, Tiff, and thanks for taking the time to comment here. I was absolutely floored by the precise beauty of their music, itself, evidence of hours and hours of practice. What dedication, what maturity in these children! What could they do if they were not held back?
I know! I am moved by their love of beauty, and their ability to find it in the least likely place.
It just was amazing. I cannot help but admire. (And “admire” is not a strong enough word.)
Thank you so much, I truly enjoy your blog and hope many more stop in to read. Again Congratulations. Gede Prama 🙂
Thanks for your kind comments, Gede Prama, and WELCOME to Home’s Cool! 🙂
I also hope many read this, today’s post, because the children in the video make a person feel so much hope.
I am glad you enjoyed your visit, here. Please come again, often! 🙂