Angay Yeshey’s compassion
March 25th, 2023
It has been 29 days since Yeshey Choden passed away.
The 98-year-old was from Nambur Goenpa in Chumey, Bumthang who settled in Changzamtog, Thimphu.
She is remembered for her compassion and love for all animals.
Every life on the earth mattered for Angay Yeshey. She compassionately cared for animals all her life. She wept for dying animals, prayed for them, and took it upon herself to treat sick animals.
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