21 thoughts on “Inspiring Image #57 Wall of Hope (3)

  1. and I guess the cross to bear is even if the neighbor shows no love or hostility without knowing who you are: lumping everyone of you in the same group by virtue of looks or gender: this is where being an intelligent human comes in. And of course, knowing when to smile, shrug, and walk away. Thanks for the post.

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    1. Yes. I think it’s important to be discerning, always; however, we human beings have turned discernment into stereotyping, generalizing, and then creating hurtful situations where there should be none. All we have to do is love one another…not BE in love with one another lol

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  2. This one might be my favorite of the wall thus far. I really like the arbitrary interference on privacy one; and the fact that there is an explicit reference to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – which is a heavily slept on document. Powerful images!

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  3. Very inspiring and interesting wall. I think the quote ‘love thy neighbor as thyself’ is one of my favorites. No, wait…I watched the three photographs again…I can’t pick a favorite. Love the whole wall.
    Thanks for sharing Katherin, again inspiring and motivating 🙂

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