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"Receive into your arms those who need succor, healing, comfort, and compassion. A love that is full of compassion sustains the universe." - from "Compassion" in the Gardens of the Heart series from Summit University Press

"Humanity, that's our real nationality..."

Luca Zanetti is a Swiss born photojournalist specializing in reportage, portrait and annual report photography.

True Empathic Civilization

A look at the world of the Nukak Makú takes us back to our ancestral roots and reassures us that people who love animals are more compassionate, caring and kind to their peers than those who ignore…

Indigenous beauty of Colombia

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Indígena Emberá espera durante el paro de indígenas en Quibdó, capital del departamento de Chocó.

Kuna - indigenous people of Panama and Colombia. We met these beautiful people, when we were sailing the San Blas

Kuna - indigenous people of Panama and Colombia.

The Tules(Kuna) of Colombia- Indigenous group in danger of extinction.

The Tules(Kuna) of Colombia- Indigenous group in danger of extinction.

A few children in native dress handing out flowers to ladies as they arrive. Sounds of traditional children songs in background.

LIFE | TIME

Classic Pictures From LIFE Magazine’s Archives

They say there are only around Guambiano indigenous tribe people living in Colombia (no where else). We Are The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Central America, South America, Ecuador, Argentine, Cultural Diversity, Mother And Father

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Silvia, Colombia Sep. 2006 www.flickriver.com/photos/hideki_naito/ They say there are only around 12,000 Guambiano indigenous people living in Colombia (no where else). Which means, even if every single Guambiano person existing on this earth gathers, they can not fill even 1/4 of a baseball stadium... This fact makes me sad, and I am glad that I encountered with this wonderful and colorful indigenous tribe in Colombia...

How can surviving siblings connect with their deceased baby sibling? How do they express their grief? Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta by Chris Gat

Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta by Chris Gat

Niña Wayuu

Niña Wayuu

Niña de la comunidad indígena Wayuu en Paraguachón, La Guajira. El Palabrero Wayuu, así como otros aportes culturales de esta etnia, fueron declarados Patrimonio Inmaterial de la Humanidad por la UNESCO en Nairobi, Kenia.

 Wayuu is an Amerindian ethnic group of the La Guajira Peninsula in northern Colombia and Venezuela.

Wayuu girl. Wayuu (also Wayu, Wayúu, Guajiro, Wahiro) is an Amerindian ethnic group of the La Guajira Peninsula in northern Colombia.

Wayuu mother and child in Colombia.

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