An unconditional offer to help does wonders. Always.
The recent Paris attacks have left over 120 people dead and more than 350 people injured.
As a gesture to help out people seeking shelter during the attacks, the phrase “#PorteOuverte” started trending on Twitter. PorteOuverte means ‘Open Door’ and meant that anyone using that hashtag was offering their shelter for the stranded people.
Twitter User @RohanSinghKalsi tweeted this:
Anybody who’s stranded in Paris and needs shelter and somewhere safe, any Sikh Gurdwara (temple) will be happy to accommodate #PorteOuverte
— Rohan (@RohanSinghKalsi) November 13, 2015
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This got retweeted over 13,000 times and received a tremendous response!
@RohanSinghKalsi One tweet restores faith in humanity, although I dont know you I’m proud to be your friend.
— VHMC (@thevanmensclub) November 14, 2015
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