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Introduction to the Origami Hydrangea Tessellation Box. Transform the original Hydrangea design by Shuzo Fujimoto into a two piece Origami box.

Introduction to the Origami Hydrangea Tessellation Box. Transform the original Hydrangea design by Shuzo Fujimoto into a two piece Origami box.

Child of war - Syria

Locals in this desolate border town seemed to mistake this journalist’s Syrian translator for an ISIS jihadist when they paid a visit last Friday. The entrance to the terror group’s so-called “caliphate” sat just a short walk down the road.

I'll stop supporting the right to abortion when there are no more abandoned, motherless children in the world. Let's take a moment and realize that some people are NOT cut out to be parents.

Image by an Iraqi artist taken in an orphanage. This little girl has never seen her mother, so she drew a mom on the ground and fell asleep with her. Such a sad picture. I can only imagine the heartbreak children like this feel.

Children and War..how  wars can only hurt them,...and  to see so many becoming orphans and so afraid  of their lives, this is not fair to these young children..please  pray for them for they do not have another soul to help them.

Children and War.how wars can only hurt them,.and to see so many becoming orphans and so afraid of their lives, this is not fair to these young children.please pray for them for they do not have another soul to help them.

♥ It's like she's trying to protect her doll from seeing some horror that she's had to see...

A little girl from Gaza shuts her dolls eyes with her hand because she is scared that the doll will have to see the horrors that she does. Subhanallah if this doesn't break your heart I don't know what will

This young Hazara boy was photographed in Kabul, Afghanistan. This child is one of hundreds of millions of children in the world who work in factories, fields, mines, and quarries. McCurry

This young Hazara boy was photographed in Kabul, Afghanistan. This child is one of hundreds of millions of children in the world who work in factories, fields, mines, and quarries.by Steve McCurry Correlati Comments comments