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In war it is us the women who bleed the most.

In war it is us the women who bleed the most.

" The world's male chivalry has perished out, but women are knights-errant to the last...”  ~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning  (English poet, political thinker, and feminist 1806-1861)

" The world's male chivalry has perished out, but women are knights-errant to the last...” ~ Elizabeth Barrett Browning (English poet, political thinker, and feminist 1806-1861)

Storyboards for Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. This is very cool - the still photos match the storyboard drawings. Woman is nearly always central and gives a balanced picture plane, depicting some calm. Birds are not evil yet, only one still shows them in black contrast to background.

Storyboards for Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds. This is very cool - the still photos match the storyboard drawings. Woman is nearly always central and gives a balanced picture plane, depicting some calm. Birds are not evil yet, only one still shows them in black contrast to background.

Worrying what others think is destroying your self-esteem. Find out how to stop worrying about others' thoughts of you.   www.HealthyPlace.com

Worrying what others think is destroying your self-esteem. Find out how to stop worrying about others' thoughts of you. www.HealthyPlace.com

A shell is used as a vase in the Syrian border town of Kobane/Ain al-Arab, on January 28, 2015.

A shell is used as a vase in the Syrian border town of Kobane/Ain al-Arab, on January 28, 2015.

Anwar Al Sayed, 15 years old, @ngphotocamp student: "I never thought that I would live in a tent, but that’s alright. I never thought that I would not hear my English teacher again, who I love so much in Syria, but that’s alright. I never thought I would not breathe the smells of Syrian fields in summer night, but that’s alright. But to whom it may concern, please…stop war and let me go back to my past life." By Amy Toensing

Anwar Al Sayed, 15 years old, @ngphotocamp student: "I never thought that I would live in a tent, but that’s alright. I never thought that I would not hear my English teacher again, who I love so much in Syria, but that’s alright. I never thought I would not breathe the smells of Syrian fields in summer night, but that’s alright. But to whom it may concern, please…stop war and let me go back to my past life." By Amy Toensing

In Jordan, one in every four residents is a refugee, most of them Syrian. The vast majority do not live in camps, but in cities and villages, often surviving in deplorable conditions.  Among the most vulnerable are single women, many of whom have exhausted their savings as the Syrian War is set to enter its sixth year – and they are growing increasingly desperate.  These are three of their stories. Starting Monday.   Source: AlJazeera Images: Mona van den Berg

In Jordan, one in every four residents is a refugee, most of them Syrian. The vast majority do not live in camps, but in cities and villages, often surviving in deplorable conditions. Among the most vulnerable are single women, many of whom have exhausted their savings as the Syrian War is set to enter its sixth year – and they are growing increasingly desperate. These are three of their stories. Starting Monday. Source: AlJazeera Images: Mona van den Berg

i hope one day you will find someone who makes flowers grow in even the saddest parts of you

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i hope one day you will find someone who makes flowers grow in even the saddest parts of you

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