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House the Homeless products provide shelter for orphans.

Bad things do happen; how I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have - life itself. ~ Walter Anderson

egyptianmint: KARO TRIBE WOMAN: Ethiopia by Eric Lafforgue on Flickr-This tribe may no longer exist soon as a big dam will be built in Ethiopia on Omo river, and will have huge consequences on their life. They speak Omotic language. They grow sorghum, maize and beans. Karo use to paint body and decorate their face. The women scarify their chests to beautify themselves.

Smile and the world smiles back by Globetrotter "This priceless moment of joy happened amongst a crowd of children at Thiruvalluvar Nagar Beach near Chennai (India). This girl was especially enchanted by the foreigner and his camera. She instantly drew my attention and I was rewarded with one of the most beautiful smiles I've ever captured."

Papua New Guinea - (I have some American friends that are missionaries and live in Papua New Guinea).

Actually a book cover for a book entitled YLLEBRODERIER by Ingrid Eggimann-Jonsson

Untitled, July 1972 (from article "The More Paris Changes..." by Howell Walker, photographs by Gordon W. Gahan)


Africa | 'No more lies' (2008) - Jide Alakija | This image also appeared in the publication Nigerians Behind the Lens by Ebi Atawodi