Good triumphs over evil, always. (The Peace Fountain, Children’s Sculpture Garden, New York City) Advertisements
Love, to Istanbul.
That part of childhood where one starts believing in princes and princesses, but more importantly, in magic; that good triumphs over evil; and that there is more to life than riches and looks — lessons from fairytales, wonderful stories he used to read to me at bedtime. Those lazy afternoon snack times where he whips up his home-made pancakes; his artsy self creating elaborate birthday stages. Upon adulthood, the one prayer he had for us cousins to find our own princes and princesses who wouldn’t ever turn into frogs. Thank you, tito Nam, be at peace now, you are so loved.
All signs are telling us, we live in troubled times. We see it, hear it, feel it — we know it. But, if we are to join together, all wars end. Photo taken at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, 2013 Weekly photo challenge: Signs