#ANV2014 – Nice post Horty 🙂
~~August 28, 2014~~
Why are there so many differences between human beings? There are characteristics that define us in different groups, I accept that but deep down, we are the same.
We are conceived the same way, we come into this way the same way. Anatomically speaking, we are the same. The biological processes that keep our metabolism going and the cellular functions going are the same. Our DNA is the same.
It’s only outside, physical attributes that make us different.
“We may have different religions, different languages, different color skin, but we all belong to one human race.”
Photo credit: Anonymous Awakening
Why can’t we all realize this and accept that we are the same and that we are ONE?
What touches one, touches all.
We ALL bleed RED!!
The Potential is there, so is the Spirit. All that is needed is the Spark.
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In this BBC News interview, Andrew Norfolk, the Times journalist whose investigations helped expose the abuse and rape of children in Rotherham, describes his work and the serious failing of all the authorities involved.
His investigation first started when he covered concerns raised by Keighley MP Ann Cryer in 2003, who was the first mainstream figure to speak out about gangs of Asian men meeting young girls outside secondary schools, but he didn’t follow it up. In 2010 he realised that no one seemed to have made the connection and became “increasingly uneasy” that he had not followed up on Cryer’s claims.
His then editor at the Times, James Harding, asked him to work full time…
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Photography-wise, you really can’t go wrong in a national park or a big city.
They “tend to be the best places to photograph,” says Gary Arndt, a blogger and photographer who sold his house in 2007 and has been roaming the globe ever since. The Society of American Travel Writers named him 2014 Photographer of the Year, and he has already visited 25 countries this year.
This week, Arndt will surpass mile 11,000 of this summer’s North American odyssey.
Arndt has picked more than 20 of the most photogenic spots he’s visited to highlight on Pinterest. A selection is featured in the gallery above. Visually rich and undeniably gorgeous, these American destinations are ripe for photographers of all skill levels.
“If you go to the Grand Canyon, it’s pretty hard to screw up,” Arndt said.
Here are three tips from Arndt to get you started:
— You don’t have to…
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