#ThursdayTreeLove – 17

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  1. Stefinia says:

    That is a beautiful photo of a tree. The Government school really has a beautiful tree where children can hangout so nice to see it (: . These days, in Bangalore, trees are not bothered for and treasured. Those kids, I hope they get good future when they grow up…nice of you to go spend time with these kids who don’t have a home and loving parents to grow and care for them.
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  2. DeeDee says:

    Such a lovely initiative.
    All the best

    Indian Drama Queen

  3. Vinay Leo R. says:

    What a wonderful banyan. Looks majestic. 🙂 Will try to join in this week, Parul. 😀 I love photographing nature.
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  4. Vinitha says:

    I loved the capture, Parul. It reminded me of a poem in Malayalam. It must have been a humbling and inspiring experience to spend the day with kids. 🙂

  5. Soumya says:

    That quote! Oh, so true.
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  6. Such a wonderful capture and what a heartwarming story. Hope these kids branch out far and wide and remember their roots. Funny how many of us take simple yet such important pleasures of lives for granted sometimes. Thanks for this reminder Parul.

  7. Modern Gypsy says:

    That’s also beautiful old tree – roots spreading deep and wide. It was really nice of you to spend some time with these children. Hope some more people can do the same…and these little acts of kindness ripple out into their lives.
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  8. Amrita says:

    Loved the branching out story.We do indeed branch out from the ultimate energy source too.Theres something about a Banyan tree which makes one want to sit and stare .Linking up with my post for #ThursdayTree Love. http://healthwealthbridge.com/thursday-tree-love-ixora-yellow/

  9. Alana says:

    I went to a charity sleepaway camp for some of my youth during the summer breaks from school, and, believe it or not, there are trees I remember and cherish from that time. (It would make a great post, wouldn’t it?) I love the thought of this post and applaud you for helping out on that day of caring. Not sure about the pinging so I am including the link: http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/07/pseudo-pseudo-pseudo-camilla-thursday.html

  10. G Angela says:

    I loved the gesture of you visiting the school, and giving back to the society is a great concept; and only grateful people can do that according to me, one has to experience immense gratitude to be able to reach to the less fortunate ones. Inspiring quote and thanks for sharing – you do make a difference to my life!!
    Here’s my link https://livealifeofgratitude.blogspot.in/2017/07/thursday-tree-love_13.html

  11. Esha says:

    What a lovely thought, Parul and how wonderful that you decided to do something for these children. When they have positive experiences in life, they grow up into healthy happy people who appreciate where they come from. Here’s my post for this week: https://blogsbyesha.wordpress.com/2017/07/13/thursdaytreelove-12/.

    My last week’s post which you perhaps missed out is also here: https://blogsbyesha.wordpress.com/2017/07/06/thursdaytreelove-11/

  12. Balaka Basu says:

    Hi Parul, I was about to post a Banyan tree but when I saw your post changed it. Balaka
    http://mumbong.blogspot.in/2017/07/my-potted-neem-thursdaytreelove-17.html

  13. Martha says:

    What a beautiful quote and tree! I’m so glad I found this last week! This is my majestic live oak tree. I hope I tagged it correctly, if not please let me know. http://themarthareview.com/thursday-tree-love-week-17/

    • Parul Thakur says:

      Thanks for joining Martha. I would love for you to tag to the post. But as long as you are sharing the link in comments, I am able to check out the post. 🙂

  14. Ramya says:

    Great.. We feel grateful for ourselves when we visit orphanages. I hope, the kids there grow up to be successful and happy individuals.

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