I Am His Hands. He Is My Eyes.
Enough slime this week. Now meet two men from the Chinese village of Yeli who have made the most of it. Jia Haixia is blind; his best friend Jia Wenqi lost his arms as a child. Since 2002, they have spent their days planting trees for the environment and for future generations. Despite their respective hardships, they say, "When we work together, two become one." At first, the village was skeptical the men could overcome what was "a wasteland." Today, their over 10,000 new trees guard the village "like green soldiers." "Planting trees has become an important mission of ours," says Haixia. "It may be hard financially, but we're so delighted spiritually." Humanity may yet prevail.