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Kids living in the barrio of Alto 2, high in the mountains above Medellin, and home to families who have been displaced by Colombia's civil war.

Kids living in the barrio of Alto high in the mountains above Medellin, and home to families who have been displaced by Colombia's civil war.

Someone, somewhere, is worse off than you. Be thankful for what you have and shake the minor things off.

Dear God, we take so much for granted - I reposted to remind me of all that I have been blessed with. I ask Lord that you stop me and break my heart. "Let my heart be broken by the things that break your heart God".

Niños sonrientes.

isnt it amazing how happiness has nothing to do with material wealth!luv his had made bycycle :)

Group of young children smiling, paddling in the Niger River, Mali, West Africa, Africa

Group of young children smiling, paddling in the Niger River, Mali, West Africa, Africa ☮ * ° ♥ ˚ℒℴѵℯ cjf

Santa letters

Children from the Red Lion Street School, in Burnley, England, line up to mail letters on a street in England in The gesso-and-wood frame is hand-finished by craftsmen using Florentine techniques. It is hand-painted in black.

A group of Colombian children involved as soldiers during "La Violencia". Tolima. 1953.

A group of Colombian children involved as soldiers during "La Violencia".

Santafé de Bogotá - Av Jimenez con Carrera 7ª en los años 60. Foto compartida por Andrés Navarrete.

Santafé de Bogotá - Av Jimenez con Carrera 7ª en los años 60. Foto compartida por Andrés Navarrete.

macvisuals: Abide Family Center Jinja, Uganda

I would love to create art to children in other countries during summer breaks. souls-of-my-shoes:macvisuals: Abide Family Center Jinja, Uganda

Kids from the slum, Colombia

After volunteering for 2 weeks with kids in a slum in Colombia, I am already impacted.

Victorian Girls

A delightful image of two young ladies looking over their dolls pram and large bisque doll, c

A moving picture of LOVE

Two Hmong children in Can Ty, Ha Giang province, Vietnam This photo is being used for the Nepal earthquake. How sad people have to exploit children this way. There is enough destruction in Nepal without this type of fake photo.

Live inspired

Seymore Seymore Kristof's photo: "A picnic in a slum in Cartagena, Colombia! I took this photo because it reminded me how resilient kids can be, finding a way to have fun anywhere.

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