Droughts are not good, but let's marvel for just a minute at something pretty cool that we're catching a glimpse of because of one.

A church from the mid-1500s rose from the waters — not literally, of course, because buildings don't generally tend to rise from the waters — when the water levels dropped dramatically, exposing the aging structure.

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The world was supposed to end December 21. These people had other plans.

Everyone was so worried about the Mayan calendar and the supposed end of the world, we all kind of forgot that there are still Mayan people in Mexico and that they have some other concerns about the world — like their human rights and welfare. On Dec. 21, when we were looking anxiously for signs of the apocalypse, tens of thousands of indigenous people in Mexico lead a completely silent march through Chiapas to show the world they are organized, they are still here, and they are not done working to make a better world for their communities. They marched in silence — but you should support them loudly, by sharing this powerful video!