Gratidão por todas as coisas. Pelos pequenos milagres do dia a dia. Pelo despertar em mais uma bela manhã. Por saber que tenho um afazer. Por lutar pelo que eu acredito. Por saber que o mal que os outros me desejam não me atingem. Por ter em meu coração espaço para sentimentos bons. Gratidão pela família, amigos, pelas oportunidades diárias, pelos sonhos alcançados, pelas perdas durante a jornada, por tudo que venho aprendendo. Bom dia! 💕
- Train series 6
This is the last from the train series and I want to use this opportunity to thank all of you for all the support and love that you have showered on me and my work. The comments, the following, the likes and messages are just beyond what an artist can expect as a validation of his/her work.
There are lot of questions and comments on this series even memes now haha. For all those asking for the agenda behind this series, honestly it was a spontaneous idea of shooting in a space where no one had ever shot before. This was by no means some high fashion story. As an artist you just want to create something unique and different and produce images that speak to you. Me and my team were just trying to execute something that seemed unattainable. I tired my best to not use the locals in these shots as a prop it was more of putting Rebekah amongst them rather than above them. Hence in most shots she is part of the group sitting where there are sitting, doing what they are doing. The men in this series honestly were highly respectful of what we were doing and not once did we feel unsafe doing so. That says a lot about not to judge the book by its cover. My intentions were to just create stunning visuals and nothing more.
And lastly I cannot not thank @abhiandnow and @indiapictures enough for going out of their way to spread the word about this series. The reach I have got wouldn't have been possible without these two especially Abhinav.
And last but not the least the team I had on this project. This project is as much their work as mine so I can't take full credit. Thank you for all the love it's very inspiring. -
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This is a view of what upwards of $600,000,000,000 annually, yeah in case you didn't want to count those zeros that's 600 billion, creates. I'm not backing the efficiency of the spending, but look what people all around the world come for, they come for this. I used to negatively judge and critique this spending my country does on "war fare", and I've realized this place where I'm from was created for a pursuit of peace, and we're currently trying to broaden that globally every way we possibly can, and I may not understand their use of milliary might and force but am I educated enough to judge their shoes? And if I am, what am I actually doing about it? This, it's a step to understanding from my perspective of feeling the immorality of such a fucked thing, but learning of the greater good in some scenarios of a degree. It's all a learning experience on every end, and I think if we all wake up to these things it'll make life flow much smoother for all of us, it will ripple into the world in unseen ways. Life is not matter of right or wrong, simply the balance of both and understanding light gives darkness, but with out darkness we cannot understand the light. To know heaven, one must first know hell. Skrt skrt
World Down Syndrome Day 21 March
Down syndrome is a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement that has always been a part of the human condition, exists in all regions across the globe and commonly results in variable effects on learning styles, physical characteristics or health.
Adequate access to health care, to early intervention programmes and to inclusive education, as well as appropriate research, are vital to the growth and development of the individual.
In December 2011, the General Assembly declared 21 March as World Down Syndrome Day (A/RES/66/149). The General Assembly decided, with effect from 2012, to observe World Down Syndrome Day on 21 March each year, and Invites all Member States, relevant organizations of the United Nations system and other international organizations, as well as civil society, including non-governmental organizations and the private sector, to observe World Down Syndrome Day in an appropriate manner, in order to raise public awareness of Down syndrome.
21 March 2018 marks the 13th anniversary of World Down Syndrome Day. For WDSD 2018, Down Syndrome International focuses on:
#WhatIBringToMyCommunity - how people with Down syndrome can and do make meaningful contributions throughout their lives, whether in schools, workplaces, living in the community, public and political life, culture, media, recreation, leisure and sport.
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