Nepal I love you #1
The video Nepal I love you #1 by Camp 4 Collective and the appeal to admire the extraordinary beauty of this country, to help tourism return and to help this territory after the massive earthquake that has put this country in serious difficulty.
"Nepal will climb now one of the most difficult mountains, and we, this time, must be their porters." This phrase, by Spain’s Jordi Tosas, sums up in a simple yet profound manner the dramatic situation Nepal is experiencing in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that shook the country on 25 April. Many alpinists have already decided to help as best they can, but unfortunately much still remains to be done. With this in mind the Camp 4 Collective group of climbers, mountaineers and video makers has published the following video and appeal that we’re more than happy to share.
"To know Nepal is to love her. The majesty of her mountains inspires awe and a reassuring sense of perspective. The grace of her people floods your heart with the buoyant certainty that we are all kin. Together, we need to remind the world that in the wake of Nepal's recent tragedy, her loveliness remains.
Nepal urgently needs tourism to return, and she needs long-term financial support for reconstruction. For both, the world needs to see beyond the destruction. We hope that you will join us in sharing your own words, images and visions of Nepal’s cultures and landscapes with the hashtag #NEPALiLOVEYOU."
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