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Aug 11, 2011 13:15 |  #316

My son playing at a local park...

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At a beach:
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At another park:
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Aug 12, 2011 01:51 |  #317

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let's not forget that the life of a child is not always the idyllic life of our memories

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Wow..

This pic made me tear up...

the juxtaposition between this pic and the ones surrounding it of happy children is... astounding

Really one of the 2 most powerful photos i've ever seen.... the hurt in the eyes of the father is .....transcending. You can see his frustration, lack of true options, hurt and just everything coming from his eyes...

The child looks at the photographer as if nothing was unusual and to say "see what we deal with?"

I couldn't imagine my reactions and paths i would take if I were faced with these circumstances.

I want to save this picture on my computer for recollection if you do not mind. Not for use in any manner other than me appreciating it over time in my times of struggle and even in times of when i forget my blessings

Here is the 2nd pic that Ive have kept through the years (I did get permission to share it from the new article writer) ...i think the lower reminds me a lot of my childhood as to why it is so important to me.

Noway i could choose between them...

Just...thank you for sharing....

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Aug 12, 2011 07:26 |  #318

Doc Fluty wrote in post #12921073 (external link)
Here is the 2nd pic that Ive have kept through the years (I did get permission to share it from the new article writer) ...i think the lower reminds me a lot of my childhood as to why it is so important to me.

Noway i could choose between them...

Just...thank you for sharing....

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I just got one like this (not nearly as good) last week. My daughter had cake at my in-laws and my wife threw her in the sink when she was done. She had a blast sitting in that sink!

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Aug 12, 2011 08:23 |  #319

Doc Fluty wrote in post #12921073 (external link)
Wow..

This pic made me tear up...

the juxtaposition between this pic and the ones surrounding it of happy children is... astounding

Really one of the 2 most powerful photos i've ever seen.... the hurt in the eyes of the father is .....transcending. You can see his frustration, lack of true options, hurt and just everything coming from his eyes...

The child looks at the photographer as if nothing was unusual and to say "see what we deal with?"

I couldn't imagine my reactions and paths i would take if I were faced with these circumstances.

I want to save this picture on my computer for recollection if you do not mind. Not for use in any manner other than me appreciating it over time in my times of struggle and even in times of when i forget my blessings

Here is the 2nd pic that Ive have kept through the years (I did get permission to share it from the new article writer) ...i think the lower reminds me a lot of my childhood as to why it is so important to me.

Noway i could choose between them...

Just...thank you for sharing....


I really hate to tell you this, but there are tribes of people wandering around any place tourists may show up whose profession is begging, especially in India. In fact, they are so successful that many have moved to Europe where they continue their traditions with slightly less drama than you see in the photo above.

Golly, gee, a child with cherubic cheeks, yet very serious looking, with a !clean? bandage round the head, yet conveniently smeared with red stuff as if the ear is missing. Years back these tribes would really break arms and legs so they could be set awkwardly, purposely blind children so they could be more pathetic, all for an extra coin or two. Today they have taken to more makeup than real injury (but if a child is conveniently injured in a way that doesn't call the attention of the police, they might take advantage of it).

The key is the nutrition level of the child. While an adult will maintain a (actually healthy) gauntness, they will spoil their children, especially, giving them sweets for incentive as they train them to act. I lived in India for nearly two years and saw dozens of different forms of pro begging.


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Aug 12, 2011 08:30 |  #320

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I really hate to tell you this, but there are tribes of people wandering around any place tourists may show up whose profession is begging, especially in India. In fact, they are so successful that many have moved to Europe where they continue their traditions with slightly less drama than you see in the photo above.

Golly, gee, a child with cherubic cheeks, yet very serious looking, with a !clean? bandage round the head, yet conveniently smeared with red stuff as if the ear is missing. Years back these tribes would really break arms and legs so they could be set awkwardly, purposely blind children so they could be more pathetic, all for an extra coin or two. Today they have taken to more makeup than real injury (but if a child is conveniently injured in a way that doesn't call the attention of the police, they might take advantage of it).

The key is the nutrition level of the child. While an adult will maintain a (actually healthy) gauntness, they will spoil their children, especially, giving them sweets for incentive as they train them to act. I lived in India for nearly two years and saw dozens of different forms of pro begging.

I had not thought of this when I saw the image the first time. Now that you mention it I remember them showing this in Slumdog Millionaire. Interesting to hear those practices are real.


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Aug 12, 2011 10:08 |  #321

advaitin wrote in post #12922054 (external link)
I really hate to tell you this, but there are tribes of people wandering around any place tourists may show up whose profession is begging, especially in India. In fact, they are so successful that many have moved to Europe where they continue their traditions with slightly less drama than you see in the photo above.

Golly, gee, a child with cherubic cheeks, yet very serious looking, with a !clean? bandage round the head, yet conveniently smeared with red stuff as if the ear is missing. Years back these tribes would really break arms and legs so they could be set awkwardly, purposely blind children so they could be more pathetic, all for an extra coin or two. Today they have taken to more makeup than real injury (but if a child is conveniently injured in a way that doesn't call the attention of the police, they might take advantage of it).

The key is the nutrition level of the child. While an adult will maintain a (actually healthy) gauntness, they will spoil their children, especially, giving them sweets for incentive as they train them to act. I lived in India for nearly two years and saw dozens of different forms of pro begging.

Very valid points....

While this particular photo might be of authentic reality or not, I choose to view it as a representative to the often nameless faceless people we hear about on the news every once in a while but pay no real attention to.

Pretty sure thats a run on sentence lol


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Aug 12, 2011 10:38 |  #322

Punctuation whats that stuff you talking about at lst yu gt hole werds. LOL

I had just read an account of an African mother who abandoned a dying child in her trek to a refugee camp. She was carrying a younger child and had no water, nor would other refugees stop to assist her, so she had to leave the still living but unconscious 4-year-old behind, if she and her baby were to survive. Who's going to get a picture of that?


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Aug 13, 2011 11:35 |  #323

Peaceful...

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Aug 14, 2011 15:18 |  #328

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Aug 14, 2011 19:31 |  #329

From the beach yesterday, she was in awe of everything.

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