You can’t be the light for someone else, until you’ve found the candle yourself. — ~Buddhist Axiom
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Sun Tunnels by Nancy Holt.
La Perse de Georges Redard, photographies de Fulvio Roiter. Editions Silva, Zurich, 1966.
Horsetail Fall by Michael Frye
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Ile de Luzon. Métisses Tagalo-Chinoises. Portraits, 1870-1914. Photographe inconnu. Bnf.
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Sadhus Sadhu by Alex Linghorn on Flickr.
peso liquido - Mali by Frank Janssens on Flickr.
Wig cap on Dassanech kid tribe - Omorate Omo Ethiopia by Eric Lafforgue on Flickr.
What’s difficult in life is to stay centered when somebody does or says something that tempts us to close our hearts because their heart was closed. That is hard. But that is also how we grow. We go through those circumstances in order to evolve into people who can hold to our loving center no matter what the world throws us. — ~Marianne Williamson
PF01 by peterbaker on Flickr.