Day One Hundred Thirty Four, June 5, 2011


These are a home for hard-working hands

We humans are very quick to judge whether a person we see is a success or a failure, we are also very harsh in passing judgement even on ourselves. But the truth is no one is qualified to call another a failure. We are the only ones who can truly judge ourselves and we are mostly even wrong there. Because what is success really? Isn’t success a housewife who has decided to be just that, or the worker, the artist, the cobbler who does their best at every moment of every day? And isn’t it also the person who gives to the poor and shows kindness to others just because they want to. There is great peace in allowing ourselves the luxury of acknowledging and celebrating our own successes no matter how small.

They have done their time

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7 comments

  1. fun shots! and so colourful.

  2. Great pics as always. Could you include exposure settings for the one who still have to learn a lot πŸ˜‰

    • Thanks my dear Karoline πŸ™‚ If you go to my flickr account then you can click on each picture on the menu ‘actions’ then ‘view exif info’, and it will tell you everything about how it was taken. Let me know if you still need help to see it. Kisses to you all in Singapore!

  3. Great Pictures πŸ™‚

  4. Well said, Mimo. Great pics too, makes you wonder about the story of them, and thier owners.

  5. Thanks Ariane πŸ™‚

  6. I love these ones πŸ˜‰
    Really funny and meaningful

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