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Must… Not… Cry! How Touching Could These Be?! (28 pics)

Posted in Picdumps   10 Feb 2017   / 8144 views

Last veteran of his WWII battle group marching alone in Memorial Day Parade

Man drives 600 miles to his fathers grave and listens to the cubs win the world series with his father

A note tied to a popped balloon

“If love could have saved you…”

This woman’s husband had an edible arrangement sent after he passed

Patton Oswalt celebrating his Emmy win…a few months after his wife died

Little Syrian girl mistakes camera for gun and immediately surrenders instead of smiling.

A woman’s last moments with her friend

Sooner or later, the day will come when we have to say goodbye to them

Billboard for 7-year-old missing Kyron Horman by his mother

Ann Druyan about her husband, Carl Sagan

Seen hanging from the steering column of a taxi cab

From the funeral of Beau Biden

After winning Miss Thailand 2015, Khanittha “Mint” Phasaeng goes back to visit her single mom and kneels before her…showing the utmost respect to the woman who collected and recycled trash her whole life to raise her

Recently diagnosed with terminal cancer with less than a week doesn’t let it get him down as he celebrates love in the face of death

The eyes of agony:

The eyes of senseless hatred:

The eyes of baseless revulsion:

The eyes of incredulity:

Eyes of lost innocence:

The eyes of innocence:

The eyes of madness:

Pictured below is a shell-shocked soldier in a trench in 1916, during the Battle of Courcelette. Shell shock is the trauma of continuous bombardment that causes panic, inability to reason, sleep, walk or talk. Often, they lose their self control entirely.

The eyes of absolute fear:

The eyes of discovery:

The eyes of peace:

This unknown soldier was with the 173rd Airborne Brigade Battalion in South Vietnam in 1965. War is hell.

The eyes of desperation:

A group of hungry homeless men wait patiently to receive free food being distributed outside a mosque in New Delhi, India.

The eyes of gratefulness:

12-year-old Brazilian boy Diego Frazão Torquato, plays the violin through tears at his teacher's funeral. His teacher had helped him escape a life of poverty and violence through music.

The eyes of fatigue:

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