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Abc, Children, and Dude: Matrixity @Matrixity Follow Mae Bua Chaicheun is a rice farmer. Her rice paddies were destroyed by the 130million liters of water pumped from the cave in the rescue mission. Her response: Children are more important than rice. We can regrow rice but we can't regrow the children." #caverescue #ThaiCaveRescue IMAGE: Rice farmer Mae Bua Chaicheun 7:52 PM-9 Jul 2018 from South Carolina, USA 7,195 Retweets 9,576 Likes evenstarsinthesky: goat-yells-at-everything: positive-memes: Mae Bua DUDE! YOU GOTTA POST THE WHOLE STORY CUSE IT GETS BETTER! She was one of the first volunteers to come to the cave. She worked to cook meals and provide rest for the soldiers and divers trying to get to the boys. She has 5 acres of land where she farms rice all on her own since her husband died and she left it shortly after planting to go and give what she could to the rescue effort. She returned home a week later to find her fields flooded by the water being pumped out of the cave system. From what the article says, it doesn’t seem to have destroyed all her (and almost a dozen other farmers) crops but it was a good portion of them. This woman is wonderful. She could have seen this as a “no good deed goes unpunished” but she just laughed it off and said it was worth it to save those boys. In relation to the waters being flooded into the fields Thank you to all the heroes and heroines of this Thai rescue mission 🙏🏼

evenstarsinthesky: goat-yells-at-everything: positive-memes: Mae Bua DUDE! YOU GOTTA POST THE WHOLE STORY CUSE IT GETS BETTER! She was one ...

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