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Weekly Photo Challenge: Humanity

THIRDEYEMOM – writer, blogger and social good advocate – provides us with this week’s Photo Challenge: Humanity:

The more I see the world, the more I realize that although people are different, we’re very much the same. We speak different languages, have different cultures, religions, values, and physical traits, yet we all share common hopes and dreams of love, family, and survival. When I travel, I’m inspired to take photographs that capture humanity — of everyday people around the world — and provoke compassion and an understanding of our differences. My favorite photos capture the emotions of others and spark a curiosity about their lives. For me, these images reflect humanity and create connections between us.

As you may know, last May I’ve been to Malawi with a group of education students. In two weeks they exchanged teaching methods, personal and professional experiences and also lots of fun. This photo for me expresses what humanity is about.

Dare to be different. Dare to be the same.

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Reader, writer, word player. Collector of visuals. No lady, but all woman. Caretaker of lads & cats, dungeons & dragons. DuTchess. Green witch.

25 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Humanity

    1. You’ve read my mind. 🙂 I thought of opting the Faces of Africa series for the challenge, but then decided against, since I have already published them here. So in stead I looked for a new one, one that expressed connection. Thanks so much for commenting, Ese.

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