This is a postcard that I received today, sent by my dear little cousin who is having her holiday in Hiroshima. 😀 I’ve never been to Hiroshima. I would like to visit it someday in the future…
Few years ago, I remembered having a dream in which I saw a beautiful angel humming a song in front of the crowd. Years have passed, I couldn’t remember the lyrics, but still remember its melody. Here you go…
Happy Weekend Everyone! 😀
BTW, Happy Father’s Day to every daddy! ^0^
Today, I took my father for lunch, however, I forgot to say “Happy Father’s Day” to him on this special day. I hope he feels “the unsaid word” and knows how much I care. I used to buy him gift, take him for lunch and write him a card, but this year, … I’m kinda lazy, I only take him out to lunch. I hope he doesn’t mind and not feel bad about it. >.<
There are 1.3 billion people in the world who still live in “darkness” with zero access to electricity. Since electricity is one of the essential element of daily living, I couldn’t imagine what life would be like without power supply.
I know there are so many other people out there who need help, also there are countless of issues which need to be concerned about. So, we may think, it looks like things won’t change much no matter what we do for them, because we think what we can really do is so little. However, those are hard works, and it takes a lot of time and effort, in order to change for the better. If we, everyone of us, raise awareness of the need for helping others, the world will have hope, and the world will change.
Here is the story of Imani:
If you would like to support “Power The World”, you can help by visiting their official website and signing a pledge to help one million families gain access to sustainable energy. Here is the link:
No matter how small the amount is, little a little, the world will be illuminated again with your love and compassion. 😀
Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Photo created on June 8, 2012.
*This topic of “Power The World” is brought by this awesome blog: Mike Shinoda’s blog.
BEAUTIFUL CLOUD FORMATION
I was fascinated by the cloud formation I saw yesterday on the shuttle bus on my way home. I couldn’t wait another second to take my camera phone out of my bag and capture the image. I was grateful for the little camera I have had always by my side, so that I wouldn’t miss any moment which could turn out to be my most cherished moments in my memory.
Great weekend everyone. 😀
P.S.: Happy Children’s Day!