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  • Cruzados!!!! • • • • [📷#KriminalConSabor | @_alekschinatown] • (Todas las fotos son de mi propia autoría #KriminalConSabor ©). • #iPhone4s ____________________________________________ #_caracas_ #ig_venezuelan_pro #instalovenezuela #elnacionalweb #Instavenezuela #vzlafotoclub #streetphotographyvenezuela #ccs_entrecalles #streetphotovenezuela #ciudad_ve #instabw_ve #insta_ve #caracascaos #caracaswalk #ig_venezuela #caracas_estrella #vzlafotoclub #goprovnz #cagua #aragua #venezuela #fotografiadecalle #fisheye #portrait #streetportrait #cagua #iphonephotography #maracay
    Cruzados!!!!
• • • •
[📷#KriminalConSabor | @_alekschinatown]
•
(Todas las fotos son de mi propia autoría
#KriminalConSabor ©).
•
#iPhone4s
____________________________________________
#_caracas_
#ig_venezuelan_pro
#instalovenezuela #elnacionalweb  #Instavenezuela #vzlafotoclub #streetphotographyvenezuela #ccs_entrecalles #streetphotovenezuela #ciudad_ve #instabw_ve #insta_ve #caracascaos #caracaswalk #ig_venezuela #caracas_estrella #vzlafotoclub #goprovnz #cagua #aragua #venezuela #fotografiadecalle #fisheye #portrait #streetportrait #cagua #iphonephotography #maracay

    Cruzados!!!!
    • • • •
    [📷 #KriminalConSabor | @_alekschinatown]

    (Todas las fotos son de mi propia autoría
    #KriminalConSabor ©).

    #iPhone4s
    ____________________________________________
    #_caracas_
    #ig_venezuelan_pro
    #instalovenezuela #elnacionalweb #Instavenezuela #vzlafotoclub #streetphotographyvenezuela #ccs_entrecalles #streetphotovenezuela #ciudad_ve #instabw_ve #insta_ve #caracascaos #caracaswalk #ig_venezuela #caracas_estrella #vzlafotoclub #goprovnz #cagua #aragua #venezuela #fotografiadecalle #fisheye #portrait #streetportrait #cagua #iphonephotography #maracay

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    我們的眼睛就像一台攝影機,
    有些地方 有些畫面 是你經歷過,
    它就深深的存在你的記憶裡,當你閉上眼就會播放出來。
    
    你最常被播放出來的是什麼?
    
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  • The phone rang. It was my father. “I was just at the store,” he said. “I went to the cashier. She was probably almost 70. She looked at me and said, ‘How is Stephanie doing?’ I was shocked. I didn’t know her. I asked her name. She said it was Connie. She said she worked with you 20 years ago and remembered you well, as you were friendly and kind. I also asked if she remembered Michele (my former roommate, co-worker, and best friend, who passed away from cancer 2 years ago) and she did. You must have made some impression on Connie.” “I remember Connie!” I told my father. He wondered how she would have known he was my father and I chalked it up to him visiting me at work several times and her watching me interact with him.

Connie asked how I was doing and my father relayed news about my life to her. “I can’t believe she remembered me,” I kept saying to my father. He laughed and said, “You’re nice and you respect others. You’re easy to get along with. Always happy too and a good worker. You’re outgoing and you do listen well to people.” I hung up the phone with him. I tried to find Connie on social media but was not successful. I had worked with her for a year or two and moved on. I didn’t expect her to remember me many years later.

That encounter shows that when we are kind and we show love, even as flawed human beings (not one of us is perfect), people do remember. They take note. They sense when a person is good. I had no idea the impact I’d left until now. I had no idea my smiles, laughter, and interest in her life had touched her.

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I am very flawed and imperfect. But I try to do my best as a human to help others when I can. To give my time, my energy, my words, my money, or any other resource a person needs. I hope others do the same for me while I am on this earth.
  • The phone rang. It was my father. “I was just at the store,” he said. “I went to the cashier. She was probably almost 70. She looked at me and said, ‘How is Stephanie doing?’ I was shocked. I didn’t know her. I asked her name. She said it was Connie. She said she worked with you 20 years ago and remembered you well, as you were friendly and kind. I also asked if she remembered Michele (my former roommate, co-worker, and best friend, who passed away from cancer 2 years ago) and she did. You must have made some impression on Connie.” “I remember Connie!” I told my father. He wondered how she would have known he was my father and I chalked it up to him visiting me at work several times and her watching me interact with him.

    Connie asked how I was doing and my father relayed news about my life to her. “I can’t believe she remembered me,” I kept saying to my father. He laughed and said, “You’re nice and you respect others. You’re easy to get along with. Always happy too and a good worker. You’re outgoing and you do listen well to people.” I hung up the phone with him. I tried to find Connie on social media but was not successful. I had worked with her for a year or two and moved on. I didn’t expect her to remember me many years later.

    That encounter shows that when we are kind and we show love, even as flawed human beings (not one of us is perfect), people do remember. They take note. They sense when a person is good. I had no idea the impact I’d left until now. I had no idea my smiles, laughter, and interest in her life had touched her.

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    I took this photo at Nantasket Beach in 2015. I recently edited it. I remember standing there and just snapping photos. The saltwater was on my feet and in my hair and lungs. I felt so alive.

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