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November 28, 2010


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Such an profoundly moving post, rebecca. Your images and words resonate deeply in my heart. May the circle of love remain unbroken and compassionate hearts continue to open where there is need. As Martin Luther King once said, We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny."


Rebecca...these photographs are beautiful and tell the story as well as your moving words.

You are the conduit...


Sue fox

What powerful images and words, I'm in awe at your never ending abundance!

Love Sue x

Maria @ LSS

What a beautiful composition. I love the photos too.

Happy Ruby.

Mine's here.

deb taylor

these images are so beautiful, they are so tactile and rich. and your writing is immense with passion...thank you for such a generous heart.

Hootin' Anni

Wow...I really enjoyed the post you shared with us!! Great photos.

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Hope you can stop by for a visit!

Nostalgic Marveling

That's how we cook in the Philippines, at least from the place where I came from.

My Ruby Tuesday


It's hard to believe the world you describe exists anymore. Here in the USA, I haven't seen a traveler or passerby in a long time. I know my home would be open as was the one you journeyed to. I know many people who would welcome a stranger.
The simple way of life, might we learn from that?
Winderful post. Thanks.


EG Wow

Lovely post, Rebecca. We Americans and Canadians can learn so much about life from other cultures. Unfortunately most of us are too caught up in our own culture.


wonderful post. yes, in a compassionate world there are no strangers.



Beautiful and compassionate words and photographs to match. It is fascinating to see this same loving kindness also in Guatemala among the indigenous people that have so little yet are will to share what they have. Everything you write about, I agree 100%. We all need one another. Also, sometimes less is more!!
Great post Rebecca!

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