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Caring for the Uncared

Narayanan Krishnan has brought more than 1.2 million hot meals to India's homeless. Is he unique?

Is Narayanan Krishnan an anomaly or someone to be emulated?

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Visitor Comments: 19

(19) shira, May 22, 2011 8:50 PM

What a tzaddik

(18) Gary Singh, March 23, 2011 11:58 PM

A Living GOD to millions on this earth

If only 0.0001 % of us living on this planet earth can be like Narayanan , this world would be a different story. Stop thinking of any new Narayanan and become ONE yourself and start doing just 10% of what he does.

(17) Saul Pillai, March 21, 2011 1:15 AM

I'm so touched

What a wonderful person. Thanks for sharing this video with us… This man, Narayanan Krishnan is indeed blessed for bring blessings to others… I'm so touched... I was in India in Dec 2010 until early Jan 2011 and saw many poverty stricken people... This is truly a consolation.

(16) Susan Cohen, March 15, 2011 12:09 AM

One Important Fact...

... that needs emphasizing: this man is a Brahmin. He was raised to believe that these people should never even be touched, much less helped in so personal a manner. I merely wished to remark on this to point out just how extraordinarily special this man's rachmanus is.

(15) J.G. De Silva, March 10, 2011 8:46 AM

Beautiful to see unconditional love in action!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for showing us this important video., This video emphasizes how important each of us can be in healing the world by loving actions. It reaffirms a life of meaning.

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