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february 19, u.s. marines invade iwo jima
Flowers Illustrations, Photo Collage, Fantasy Photoshop, Famous Photos, Flower Collage, American Flag, Flower Illustrations, Flower Drawings, Flowers Drawings
A French creative going by the name of Blick has created a series of inspiring collages that juxtapose black and white photos of men at war with vivid #flower drawings and cartoonish details. In the series, the soldiers’ guns have been replaced with flowers, making them look friendly and harmless. They now bring peace instead of war, shooting petals instead of bullets
Raising the American Flag at Iwo jima
Flowers Replace Guns In Historic Photo Collages By Blick 5
7 Life Lessons from a Holocaust Survivor: 1. Hatred only begets hatred 2. Love your work, no matter the situation 3. Perseverance 4. In routine there is hope 5. If you have something spiritual, you don't need as much food 6. Complaining does not help. It makes everyone feel bad. 7. Faith is stronger than fear.
7 Life Lessons from a Holocaust Survivor
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At 110, oldest known Holocaust survivor dies - CNN.com
Everyone should read this...I Love this....7 life lessons from a Holocaust Survivor
On August 14, 1945, at seven o’clock, U.S. President Harry S. Truman announces that Japan had surrendered unconditionally, ending World War II. Crowds spontaneously took to the streets.
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Do you remember your first kiss?
Classic love- Alfred Eisenstaedt, (Sailor Kissing a Nurse on V-J Day, Times Square, New York City), August 14, 1945. LIFE Magazine.
Alfred Eisenstaedt's photo taken in Times Square August 14, 1945 during celebration marking the end of World War II
And it's not always just about kissing two lips... and two lips kissing. It's about kissing life. Grabbing life passionately. Each and every moment. And to kiss it with all your heart. And with both hands. Fully embraced. "A kiss is something you need both hands for." Mark Twain The kiss... Always remember the kiss. Photograph: The Kiss, 1945, New York Times Square Photograph Credits: Alfred Eisenstaedt www.MyBeautifulWords.com Encouraging Courage. Encouraging You.
Ana de Mendoza - lived in the 1500s, lost an eye at 14 in a mock fencing duel. Ava's mother: I *told* you you'd put your eye out!