When humanity wins hands down.
We live in an era where we are surrounded by people of different culture and diversities. We all have diverse backgrounds, yet we share the same set of emotions at most stages in our life. Not only this, we have sympathy for unfortunate people and animals around us. We always try our best to help those in need and this creates a spirit of humanity which unites us in a bond of care and affection around the globe.
During most horrible occurrences, humanity surfaces. People help strangers in distress. All this makes us humans and unites us despite all our differences. This is what humanity is all about - compassion and empathy.
Here, we have collected a few breathtaking photographs, which will mesmerise you by their unsaid emotions. Once you see these photographs, we are sure you will love them.
Let's salute the spirit of mankind in these pictures.
In this photograph, a three-week old albino baby sleeps next to his cousin. Colour, race and diversity should never separate us.
We all do this with poor street animals roaming down the lane. But here is an amazing picture of a monk feeding a tiger.
Here is a picture of a seventeen-year-old Jan Rose Kasmir who offered a flower to soldiers during an anti-war protest near Pentagon in 1967.
This picture was captured in Kosovo when a boy was passed through the barbed wire fence of a refugee camp to reach his grandparents.
In this photograph, a man is playing a bamboo flute to entertain a disabled boy whom he loves like his son.
This woman belongs to Mursi tribe of Ethiopia. She is fortunate enough to go through 'Vogue' for the first time.
This photograph depicts a 23-hour long surgery where a surgeon is sitting beside the patient while his assistant is sleeping in the corner.
In this photograph, a fireman is saving the life of a little girl in USA.
In this picture, these people from China prevented a woman from committing suicide.
Here is a photograph depicting 100,000 monks praying for world peace.
This photograph captures students of a classical ballet school in Rwanda. This picture appeared soon after the genocide.
A little girl from Guatemala clings to her cat even though all is not well in her family.
This photograph is of Astronaut Anna Lee Fisher who became the first mother to go in space.
In this picture, a soldier feeds a two-week old kitten during the Korean War. Amazing, isn't it?
A man protests on Tiananmen Square in Beijing in 1989.
This pictures captures the deadly scars of a young man from Rwanda.
This photograph shows a woman crying beside the grave of her husband just a day before their wedding anniversary.
A little girl holds the hand of an American soldier.
This photograph was taken in Ethiopia.
This photograph was taken in Vancouver where a musician cries during a service for the victims of 9/11.