Day 18~ December 18th~ Guilin

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innocent wonder

innocent wonder

One of the rewards of going into far away parts of China is meeting innocence. Innocence lives her sister simplicity with the natural people of this world. My friend who travelled with me on this trip has amazingly beautiful and extremely curly hair and at the sight of it a crowd of sweet women gathered and followed us around with the single wish of touching my friend’s hair. Moments like this make you have hope again for our world and its war of differences.

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7 comments

  1. WE would all do well to try to retain a childlike enjoyment of life..

  2. So now your the stranger 😉

  3. me too. I would like to touch your friend’s curly hair

  4. Cheers to appreciating the joys of cultural differences.

  5. Very sweet .. the true joy lies in simplicity .. probably : )

  6. Thank you It is a war of differences, isn’t it? When we don’t know something, we tend to fight it instead of learn it. Have a great day Terry!

  7. Wonderfully written description for this image. well done. I’ve got to remember the phrase “war of differences” (powerful good).

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