We are still on our feet

by Pedro Cadena (Mexico)

Mexico

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Sepetember 7 2017, the day that the isthmus was destroyed
Sepetember 7 2017, the day that the isthmus was destroyed
The church of one of the most important cities of the isthmus was almost completely destroyed and rendered useless. Not only the physical shelters fell down, but also those that comforted the people. Even the hope was destroyed that day
The church of one of the most important cities of the isthmus was almost completely destroyed and rendered useless. Not only the physical shelters fell down, but also those that comforted the people. Even the hope was destroyed that day
Chaos, desperation and anxiety were some of the most commonly feelings during that tragedy
Chaos, desperation and anxiety were some of the most commonly feelings during that tragedy
Human nature showed itself in many different ways. That tragedy became the chance to demonstrate that the human heart was bigger than we could ever imagined. The people were event taking care of they dogs instead of simply letting them die. They fought for their friends and companions
Human nature showed itself in many different ways. That tragedy became the chance to demonstrate that the human heart was bigger than we could ever imagined. The people were event taking care of they dogs instead of simply letting them die. They fought for their friends and companions
There were people who refused to abandone their happiness, like this indigenous Zapotec woman
There were people who refused to abandone their happiness, like this indigenous Zapotec woman