"We Have An Amma"
Tsunami-affected children practice a song as part of their therapy
12 March 2005 —This singing therapy is a very simple technique, but very powerful and healing. Since time immemorial humans have used music to express their deepest feelings. In the past, village life revolved around communal songs and dances. With the advent of mass media, this has largely been lost. Here, on the tsunami-ravaged seashore, the survivors are reclaiming this ancient way of communicating and healing as a community.
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