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- Pour le @journal.lacroix j'ai eu le privilège de rencontrer 3 résistants de la seconde guerre mondiale. Après avoir longuement échangé avec eux sur les actes résistants qu'ils ont mené aux 4 coins de la France et malgré le danger, Michèle Agniel, Paul Burlet et Odile de Vasselot se sont gentiment prêtés au jeu de la séance photo..
De grands moments !
Couldn't Have Captured The Definition Of Mighty Any Better Way 🦋✨
Years back when Tulsidas wrote Hanuman Chalisa (in 40 days), NASA wasn't into existence then, i wonder how his cosmic consciousness made him so accurate about the distance between the earth & the sun.
SHLOKA "YUG SAHASTRA YOJAN PAR BHANU
LEEYO TAAHI MADHUR PHAL JANU"
It's believed since ancient times, that ⚡1 Yuga equals 12000
⚡1 Sahastra equals 1000
⚡1 Yojan equals 8 Miles i.e, 12.8 Kilometers
Thus, Yug(12000)x Sahastra(1000) x Yojan(12.8) = 153,600,000 Kilometers
This is quiet precise to the distance between the sun and the earth, especially to apoapis (farthest point on the elliptical orbit around the sun)
The distance between sun and the earth keeps changing throughout the year, because of the elliptical orbit, the time when hanuman flew from earth to sun thinking of it as a sweet fruit, coincides to be the same time as apoapis !
Our generation believes in questioning what's there in mythologies and scriptures, and that's no wrong, only curiosity can generate conciousness 🌼
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- Tamara is the head of a club for children in Pavlopil. “There’s a disco for kids until 8pm and then afterwards it’s for adults,” she says.
She also runs activities for the women of Pavlopil: “Twice a week we gather for a women’s group on doll-making.” When it gets dark, she says, people worry. “The shelling starts early in the winter – from four in the afternoon.” Tamara says she tries to relax by gardening, growing flowers to add beauty to the grim surroundings.
From my photo essay for The New Humanitarian on women living on the frontline in eastern Ukraine. Link in my bio.
- “I find a sense of release by dancing and by spending time with my child,” says Alina.
She often visits the Nikolaevka dom kultury, a community centre that offers entertainment for children; Alina posed in front of the backdrop for a puppet show.
From my photo essay for The New Humanitarian on women on the frontline in eastern Ukraine. Link in bio.
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- The Quiet World of Aging.
Lillian .....during the pause.
She had an aura of complete Serenity. It was palpable..feeling it in the space around her, heard in the tone of her voice, but it was during a pause in the process of conversation and photographing that it was seen so clearly. .
I have found that many of the images I love the most came in that lull....when one relaxes, reflects...a even more authentic self emerges.