dZi Foundation is helping build and rebuild Nepal after last spring’s earthquakes

29th November, 2015 by

By Randy Wyrick

EDWARDS — dZi (pronounced Zee) is an ancient Tibetan bead. It’s given to bestow health and wealth on your friends.“That’s what we try to do,” said Jim Nowak, founder and president of the dZi Foundation. “They’re highly valued throughout the Himalayan region.”Double disastersDisasters tend to run together in people’s minds.The first earthquake hit Nepal on April 25, 7.3 on the Richter scale. The second, also 7.3 Richter scale, hit May 12.More than 9,000 people died and tens of thousands were homeless, just as the monsoon season was bearing down on them. The brutal Himalayan winter is now on them.So are …

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