Peanut butter and praline ice creams with cookie doughs and walnuts. I’m not even sorry! 😋 have a lovely Good Friday and Easter weekend everybody! (at Marble Slab Creamery - The Pearl)
One of the last photos I took in Germany. I have since returned to Manchester for a night, and am now back in Doha for a couple of weeks. I have my exams coming up so will be dating my books till the end of May. Hope I’ll still get to take photos every now and again and share it with you all. Anyhow, we’ll see. Take care of yourselves and have a good week! 😄
I’m just killing time at the airport while waiting for my flight to Frankfurt. Easter break is here and I have no intention of stressing myself up. When that happens, I’m usually a better person to be around with, and when I’m stress-free I take better photos. It’s not rocket science really! (at Manchester Airport)
Open up your eyes. Have these unfortunate people in your prayers. It’s not much but it’s the least we could do. (at Manchester Piccadilly)
Where would you rather be? Out in the cold, all alone in the pouring rain, or inside where it’s warm and cosy with a proper place to sit and eat?
This is part of my new mini project, with photos of those less fortunate, less privileged, and those who have everything less than what we all do. I call it, Initiative: Eye-Opener.
I know what you’re thinking. What good will this do? Those people will still be suffering tomorrow. Well, if I do this right, those days for these people are numbered. I’m not asking you to pull out a dollar and give it to a homeless person on the street. I’m not asking you to slice up a nice, hot pizza and give it to the abandoned 6 year old at the park. That goes without saying. Should you feel you can do something about it and make them feel like the world isn’t such a terrible place, do it. That’s your call.
I’m hoping this will open up my eyes, and hopefully yours, to the harshness of reality. Sometimes we get so disinterested with whatever it is that doesn’t concern us. When in fact, there’s an opportunity there to make a difference. An opportunity to put a smile on a stranger’s face. An opportunity to do a good deed. It’s in those moments, that you should jump at the chance of doing something you and the rest of humanity could be proud of.
I certainly hope this will give you a perspective. It’s a mini project for now, so I’m only planning on posting 6-8 photos of #Initiative:Eye-Opener over the coming weeks and months. Hopefully this will give us a positive impact in whatever way possible.
Apologies once more for the long caption. I better get some sleep now. Goodnight, earthlings. (at Manchester Piccadilly)