The Great Divide: Dead Vs. Alive

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You can see the vulture waiting for the child to die so that it can take a bite for its own survival.

(pic courtesy: Here)

There is a great divide between those who are alive and those who are literally dead. Some people are dying of hunger while some live a life in comfort. The world isn’t fair. However, it is quite another thing to blame the rich for the sad situation of the poor. The world would be a better place if everyone would get enough to sustain life in a decent way. However, that is something of a dream to all of us.

I have tried to compile a couple of pictures as a memory from the past to remind all of us that we have to have some sense of giving. We have to help these people come up. We need to help them survive.

This isn’t the end. There are thousands of pictures which make us feel ashamed of living in the air-conditioned rooms.

For more pictures, please  Click Here.

13 Responses to “The Great Divide: Dead Vs. Alive”

  1. Ashley Moffett Says:

    i wish we could help them all from starvind

  2. Tam Says:

    What can I do?

  3. Anon Says:

    I agree something should be done, and I hate to see how starved these people are. But don’t you think that they would use their heads and not have more children if they know what harsh future will await them? Overpopulating an already rural, dead land is insane. Sure there are people there now that need help, but they shouldn’t be having so many children knowing they can’t provide them with proper care and nutrition. Sure some of the women are raped and have the babies that way. So why do they still live there if it’s such a terrible place? Instead of spending money on trying to support them in their current location, why not spend the money on relocating them to a better area.

  4. Anon Says:

    Oh and where did that 3rd picture come from? It’s fake just so all of you know. Somebody did a terrible crop, blend and shadow job as well as keeping all images in the same color tone and quality while keeping the aspect ratio proper.

  5. Mike Says:

    Anon… I really don’t the artist of the third picture was trying to make the picture look like it was a real picture. However, that is not the point of the picture.
    In my studies in world relations I have found that famine is often the direct result of Governments and bad management.
    One example of this is North Korea.. South Korea is the 10 economic power which sends tons of crops to North Korea each year… However, North Korea continues to threaten and bully other nations. It spends billions of dollars each year on its military knowing that the world will supply them with oil and food for free.
    Another, example of famine that was caused by the poor Government was the famine of 1959-61 that killed an estimated 30 million people in China. The Government wanting to produce more food for their crops decided to do so they would have to kill the sparrows and other birds that was eating the rice and wheat. What happen was that in China the people killed millions of these birds. As you can guess these birds may of been eating a small portion of the rice but they in fact kept the insect population down.

  6. dreamnepal Says:

    Nice to see that you guys are concerned about these things going around in the world. I have one more cause of concern which I have posted in my recent post. Please read it and let me know what you feel about it.
    Thanks

  7. jak Says:

    If i knew a way to help these people i would…iv heard that many charities take like 90% of the your money which goes to everything but the poverty…how can i be sure where my help is actually going???

  8. dreamnepal Says:

    Jak,
    We ensure transparency and this is a voluntary organization working to bring people out of illiteracy. None of the people working there get paid. Education is the key to poverty alleviation. So, if you think you could help us, shoot me an email or look at the following link.

    https://dreamnepal.wordpress.com/2007/05/05/save-a-dollar-a-week-educate-a-child-in-nepal

  9. cais Says:

    wow…all of these people are compleatly in the meaning of the word famine…it’s sad…

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  11. barbara yerby Says:

    First, valorebooks, this is not the venue for pitching sales!!
    For those who wish to contribute to the atrocities of famine and other problems, please go to unicef.org and heifer.org. I’ve known of these sites for over 50 years and they are wonderful. They don’t just give handouts but teach and train and follow-up.

  12. anik Says:

    oh my god, there’s nothing i can say, ican’t avoid my tears fall,,,,,,,,,,,

  13. Aaron Says:

    I feel sorry for that terrible photoshop job on the picture past the link…

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