This week’s Peace Post is such a beautiful lesson in how we all can use our talents and gifts to serve the world.  Mosha the elephant lost a leg from a landmine when she was 2 years old while living along the Thai-Burmese border.  She is now in Lampang, Thailand at Friends of the Asian Elephant Hospital, the world’s first elephant hospital where Orthopedic surgeon Therdchai Jivacate has been providing his services and talent to create the first ever elephant prosthetic for Mosha.  This act of kindness and compassion to Mosha has created a unique bond between doctor and giant.  Watch this video to see what I mean.

Since the elephant hospital was opened more than 4,000 sick or injured elephants have been treated.

  • Learn more about how you can help Friends of the Asian Elephant Hospital by giving a DONATION.
  • Read More about Dr. Therdchai’s compassion and good works for both humans and animals.