Flooding scene in my country, Cambodia

Residents here, been living like this for over two months already
Your deepest roots are in nature. No matter who you are, where you live, or what kind of life you lead, you remain irrevocably linked with the rest of creation. ~Charles Cook

Photo credit: RFA photo, by Sek Bandith

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  1. meer uddin

    November 16, 2014

    make it blogging & sharing

  2. Adrian Kent

    November 16, 2014

    so humbling Jen , thank-you

  3. J. Verma

    November 16, 2014

    nice job…

  4. Carlos Bation

    November 16, 2014

    Very touching same in my country ,the leaders should help the residents..poor people victims of human rights ..Ingat my dear

  5. Julius Mwaniki

    November 16, 2014

    So sad. Two months is long period in such a problem.

  6. Ajay Agnihotri

    November 16, 2014

    It's so sad..politician didn't do anything for those people ?government should give them alternate resident..good morning Jendhamuni.

  7. Jesse Johnson

    November 16, 2014

    I'm sorry for their struggle hope it won't be long

  8. Yecid Molano M

    November 16, 2014

    I hope you get a solution. Sorry. The nature some times shows bad things. Let us pray for you.

  9. H,. Highlander

    November 16, 2014

    Ho yes this happens in life and remember this all about good or bad happening in our life's.
    May God bless this poor Gods souls

  10. Ken Bruckman

    November 16, 2014

    The Cambodian people have suffered much more than this in the past. Am I not right, +Jendhamuni Sos​? They will survive.


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