I live, breathe, feel and dream to travel. My wanderlust has never ceased nor has my desire to understand the world around us. Writing this blog has given me the opportunity and gift of sharing and reflecting on the people I’ve seen and met throughout my journeys. Some are strangers and others I got to know. Yet each one of them have profoundly impacted me in one way or another.
When I view these photos, I reflect upon many things such as….
A child who stole my heart in an Indian slum.
Outside the walls of the Indira Kalyan Camp
A woman collecting change outside a church in Guatemala.
Being blessed by a 94-year-old monk who lives in a cave monastery at 13,000 feet near Manang.
Fisherman in Marseille
Impoverished girls hoping to learn at an after school program.
Boys within a Delhi slum at a special program to help them learn to read and write.
Frontline Health Care Workers saving lives in India.
Most Cubans live in small, cramped apartments thus hanging out on the front steps of a building is quite common in Cuba.
Cuba has a strong Afro-Cuban heritage who take pride in their unique culture.
Hair Braiding in Havana
Sister in Cuba
Siblings in India.
Friends at a Honduran Daycare.
The older sister holds and comforts her younger sibling. No one else will hold her.
Grandmother and granddaughter in Honduras.
As I reflect upon what I’ve witnessed in this world, I dream of making it a better place for all and dream of a day where there is not so much suffering and pain.
This post was inspired by the Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections. To view more entries, click here.