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  • We are family: Arif Pratama Rangkuti (middle, in yellow) and Raudhatul Jannah (second from right) were swept away by the tsunami. Their father Septi Rangkuti (third from left), who remembers putting them on wooden debris to stay float, was too depressed to work for four years. — The Straits Times, Singapore
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  • Zulkifli Mohd Noor will never open this cupboard again. The memories they contain — new school uniforms, bags and books — of the five children he lost to the tsunami are too painful to confront and too precious to discard. — WAN MOHIZAN WAN HUSSEIN/The Star
  • A volunteer speaking to a resident of an old folks’ home. Caregiving is not only about taking care of an elder’s physical needs, but also providing emotional support through listening and companionship. – Filepic

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