The face of compassion

Breaking taboos: Syed Azmi (sitting, in yellow) with the rest of the organising team in Central Park, Bandar Utama.

Back then, I met a cocker spaniel and from there, I learned that there's a certain measure of compassion, acceptance and kindness in our four-legged friends. I also learned that even when you lash out at them and torture them - they'll still come back to you with a measure of faith in humanity.

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