Within the chaos and disruption of the war in Ukraine reporters have witnessed moments of humanity and resilience. Times journalists share some of what they have seen during the conflict. One reporter, Valerie Hopkins, Moscow correspondent, reporting from Lviv, Ukraine shared how Eduard Zarubin and his son, had to walk nearly 8 miles every day for 3 weeks to get clean water. After writing about his experience she shared the article on Facebook and saw a comment written in Russian: Eduard Zarubin and his family saved me and my wife. In besieged Mariupol, he brought me bread, medicine, and gave me hope for salvation. When we were ready to die, he took us out of the war zone. Now we have not been hiding from Russian planes, shells and missiles for a week now. Sincerely grateful for the rescue.