Respect Elderly

They don't ask for anything once reaching this age. All they need from us is Love, just Pure Love… Do not yell at them, do not harm them or hurt them. They, when reaching old age, become more and more like toddlers. They want our attention. They want to hear kind and caring words. They want protection from us. They look up to us just like we are their parents. Our kindness is what they need most, more than anything in this world… ~Jendhamuni

http://kimedia.blogspot.com/2014/08/chapey-on-maha-moggallana.html

Caption: Cambodian officers carry an elderly protester during a protest in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, May 22, 2012 [and now 2014, still the same]. Residents of the squatter areas gathered to protest and are calling for the Phnom Penh City authority to find a solution solving their housing dispute with local development companies.(EPA/SIV CHANNA)

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