Day Thirty One, February 22, 2011


little world citizens

Today Lea and I were buying flowers for her (she still believes if she has flowers in her room all the time, a fairy is bound to come sleep in one of them), when we met this little Chinese boy. Ever since we moved to China five years ago I have enjoyed watching the interactions and magic that goes on between foreign and Chinese children. It is almost like you can see the integration take place through the looks, gestures, words, sounds, playfulness…

Maybe the answer to many of the world problems lies in a better integration of cultures, to the forming of real world citizens that care more for the welfare of the planet as a whole than the interests of their own nations. Maybe…

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2 comments

  1. Thank you so much for your comment! Yes, I wonder why!

  2. love the vibrant colors against the stark, gray background and . . . his rosy cheeks. your last paragraph–sounds simple–so why must we make it so difficult?

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