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7 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi John,

    Judging by the look on your face you are thoroughly enjoying “giving” yourself to the people of India.What an adventure, what a memorable experience- you are the modern day Sister Theresa. What you are doing makes me feel so insignificant in the grand scheme of life. I buy, I sell, I try to figure out ways to make money to pay my mortgage and my kid’s tuition and at the end of the day…at the end of my life I hope I can say I’ve done something that has impacted a person’s life the way you have. Your pictures are just breath taking John-they capture so much emotion. When you return-you should really try to
    share this with others via History Channel or National Geographic-I don’t know but I’d rather see what you’re doing than listen to all these politicians argue or watch civil disorder in Syria or hear about the threat of nuclear war with Iran. Just to help one child , to put a smile on their face is priceless. Stay the course
    Uncle Joe

  2. Hi John,
    I know you left already but I just wanted to let you know I love you and I am so proud of you! Love Samantha

    • Awwww thank you very much Samantha! I love you too! I’ll email you a more recent picture of Gudiya soon. She just had her final exams and did very well 🙂

  3. John,
    Your work and commitment to these families is extraordinary and an inspiration to all of us.
    As we move into our Make a Difference Day program tomorrow at PCDS, it is my hope we are inspiring more John Shupbachs for a future world.

    Thanks so much for inspiring all of us here.

    Mort Dukehart-Head of the MIddle School

  4. Dear John,
    I was searching for a photograph of sugar cane fields in Muzaffarnagar and came across your blog. It fills my heart with awe that you’re doing such a wonderful work.
    The smile and dedication on your face shows your compassion for the children in India. All I could say to you is THANK YOU!

  5. hiii john,
    i am ar.kinjal damani from Mumbai,India.i was searching on mussoorie,and dont know how i came across your are so warm,caring and somebody with whom i can relate to….because i also love kids very much and contribute in my own little ways to bring just that “one beautiful smile” on their face… They are so divine and when i see them around me in the worst conditions,my heart cries for them. but,what is really worth knowing is that you flew down to India to help and contribute yourself to these beautiful kids…Also how did you manage to excel in so many fields ??? and then come here and open or volunteer for the school,if not mistaken?? You are simply a beautiful soul…and seeing your contribution,my thoughts of opening an NGO and School for special kids become more are an inspiration to sooo many people who think on the same terms like you do..i am really thankful to GOD that i came across your blog..hey wolud really visit the school one day.all the very best for your bright and beautiful life ahead..

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