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Tag Archive: "amazing people"

Climb up to Mt Everest with Greg Healey!

Narration by: Shariq Ali
June 3, 2011
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Click for Greg’s expedition pics

Dear friends, 

Greg has now made it to Mount Everest. Following message was written while he was attempting it!
Think of a man and his determination and a journey in the uninhabited icy vastness, step by step, to conquer the mightiest peak of planet earth, the Mount Everest.  
 
At this moment and time, while you are reading this, Greg Healey is busy climbing the northface of Mount Everest. Each of his step and thought is well directed and purposeful. Share few moments with him in the following video
 
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WxuCfDRpUXA
 
His expedition is supporting three charities. Interburns ( International Network for Training, Education and Research) is one of them. 
 
Greg share the passion with Interburns to reduce the Burns related global suffering. One of a major cause of deaths, disabilities, deformities and scarring globally and most commonly amongst the children and women of the developing world. 
Interburns is making a difference to reduce the burns related global burden of disease since 2006 and have trained 1189 burns physicians and workers from 13 different countries till present date.
 
If you wish to climb up with Greg Healey to the glory of this cause and would like to donate, however small it may be, please use the link on Greg’s website for Interburns and donate online
 
 
Greg Healey, on his way to Everest, and we at Interburns along with the unfortunate burns victims will be thankful for your generosity.

Please forward this mail to your friends and oblige. 

Interburns Members:
Dr Tom Potokar
Dr Shobha Chamania
Dr Shariq Ali
Ms Ruth Ann Fanstone

A mud house with a tin roof!

Narration by: Shariq Ali
June 2, 2011
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A mud house with a tin roof    

(to see Tansen Valley, Mission Hosp & Sunil Pics in Ppt click above link)

Does that mean a mud house with a tin roof? Jeena asked.

I don’t know, but may be! replied Sunil

This was the last sentence they exchanged before saying bye to each other at the end of a beautiful evening in their hometown in USA when Sunil proposed Jeena eighteen years ago.

Sunil, an US born young doctor from a christian family in USA originally from Kerala, India migrated before his birth, was in the middle of his residency in pediatrics in USA when he met Jeena first time on the suggestion of his aunt, who saw a wise harmony emerging from the common Kerala background and traditions.

He did not take long to decide and proposed her after a few short encounters. Jeena was a young civil engineer then, also born in USA in a christian family from Kerala. She was a fresh graduate from a well reputed USA university.

Immediately after proposing her, Sunil also told her about the inner feeling he had that he might receive the God`s calling sometime in future and he has to respond to that, no matter what. And the above exchange of sentences then followed.

Does that mean a mud house with a tin roof? Jeena asked ——

Jeena finally accepted his proposal with the wisdom that the calling might be for both of them together.

I recently met Sunil & Jeena when we, Interburns, visited Tansen, Nepal and provided education and consultation for the uplift of burn care unit in United Mission Hospital for a health care deprived and very poor community of Palpa District, Nepal. It was a brief visit but very insightful. I met few noble and beautiful people glowing with the inner sense of responsibility for those in need. John family is one of them.

They told me their story on our way to a local restaurant after we had a very busy and tiring day at the hospital. The hilly path of ups and downs in Tansen was accompanied by the extremely picturesque view of a green valley on the side (see pics). Their story was a good match with this path.

My accommodation in Tansen guest house was a modest room with a non mattress bed, a small unstable tripod table, and a wooden bar across the walls to hang clothes instead of any furniture.

Routine menu in the mess of guest house was boiled rice with mixed vegetable stew with occasional extravagance of Dal and only on one occasion grilled fish. The dearth of water broke my habit of daily shower

Sunil is now a senior pediatrician in United Mission Hospital and Jeena is the Civil Engineer of this hospital. They have three beautiful kids who are receiving full-time on-line education from a USA, UK and European Union approved school for Expatriates living in remote areas. The entire family was feeling depressed those days as they were planning to leave Tansen for the valid reason. It is time for the kids to start University and proper school on the main soil USA.

The John family is serving the extremely health care deprived Nepali population in a poor but very beautiful Palpa district of Nepal for the last 11 years. The working and living conditions are as hard as can be in the developing world health care setting.

For a few young couples like Sunil & Jeena, it really does not matter if it is a mud house with a tin roof as long as it is illuminated and warm with love and care and sense of social responsibility.

Unfortunately for some, if not many, a good life means living in a cold marble house with carpeted floors and chandeliers but with darkness of apathy, greed and fear.

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