Recalling the story behind the heart-wrenching, Pulitzer-prize-winning photo of a vulture waiting for a child to die so that it can eat it. The photographer Kelvin Carter, who captured this photo in the Sudan famine of 1994, died three months after winning the prize, out of depression. Before his death, he had confided to friends that he wished he had saved the child. This story is quite relevant to today's times with inequity soaring higher than ever, coupled with the elite of the society attaining newer heights of indifference. Do we still want to be silent spectators? For those who don't, the ways to get involved and make a difference are plentiful.