Living with the scarcity of the most basic needs in the island of Alibijaban like electricity and fresh water sounds like a nightmare of a scenario to most of us. But, for the residents it is just one of the many struggles they had to endure everyday. This however, doesn't make their lives any less - as the strong camaraderie of the community takes over and brings forth other important facets of life to the forefront, thereby ushering an invisible movement of feeding positive energies through each other. The simplicity of island living provides a blanket that minimizes whatever it was lacking, but able to fish out an awakening realization for someone like me who takes things such as free-flowing fresh water for granted.
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