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What happened on August 4, 2020
Beirut, il giorno dopo la tragica esplosione: “Sembra l'apocalisse”
"Sembra l'apocalisse". A Beirut 24 ore dopo la tragica esplosione restano solo macerie e dolore.Pubblicato da
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Empathy is the ability to fully understand the state of mind of others, whether it is joy or pain. The etymological meaning of the term is “feeling inside”, for example “putting yourself in the other’s shoes”, and it is a capacity that is part of the human and animal experience. wikipedia
That explosion, whatever its origin or intention is, resonated within me, with violence, leaving me little space available for other thoughts.
My name is Luca Andrea Marazzini, and I live in a safe place on this planet, in a healthy place without wars.
From here I follow drama and happiness of the world, and thanks to Francois, a friend of Lebanese origins, a few days ago I spoke, imagined and dreamed of Lebanon.
I was terribly shocked seeing Beirut exploding.
This spontaneous and genuine initiative was born from the ideas and feelings that me, Francois Dahdah, and my friend Luca Andrea Marazzini, shared following the news of the explosion that took place in the port of Beirut and the consequent disaster that our beloved capital is experiencing. Our idea is to transform the donations collected into concrete and tangible actions. To this end, and with all respect for traditional organizations, we made the precise choice to intervene directly on site, through the humanity and sensibility of Luca, my intermediation, and the great work that my friend Hamid will carry out in the field, with the help of his fellows and volunteers who are already at work in the exploded Beirut. Our backgrounds are different, but what unites us are our strong principles and beliefs: social responsibility, determination, empathy, compassion, creativity and the desire to be useful always and especially in this delicate moment for lebanese people in Lebanon. The interventions that we will be able to achieve will be demonstrated through written reports and photographic documentaries, and shared only with donors.
We thank you on behalf of all Beirut’s citizens and lebanese people that will receive help through your donation.
we put forward our face on it
A project born of random encounters and stories prior to the disaster, which united us in this situation and drove us into actions we want to achieve.
We take the responsibility of giving real value to the donations that Family & Friends have granted to this small support mission.
Luca Andrea Marazzini
Man in the mountains, Coordination
Kreative with the head in the clouds, living above 1000 meters, I deal with commercial and social events and projects.
Humanist and always ready for action.
The bridge between Italy and Lebanon
Enthusiast storyteller, I fuel up with tales, stories and projects that I spread with passion and devotion. My ideal environment? Wherever human contact might be.
Hamid El Kareh
The man in Beirut
Farming is what i do. I’m a social activist driven by passion and humanism.
I am always ready to help and support others.
Wikipedia / Libano
Wikipedia / Beirut
Costo della vita in Libano