Vide-Ohs: Need Hugs? Animals & Humans

I bet you can’t watch this without smiling; really! Animals and humans hugging each other. This short 1:28 video demonstrates how we are all connected.

From The YouTube Page:

“A compassionate world starts with you.”


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Photography – Why Take Pictures? – Power of a Photograph

Different Sets of Feet

Every so often someone will ponder or ask the question outright: “Why do you take pictures?” The simple answer, which is often the best, is that photographs can be powerful. Did you ever see someone look at a picture and cry? Did you ever see someone look at a picture and smile? Did you ever see someone look at a picture and recoil in horror or astonishment?

I have seen all of these and I have experienced them as well. Oh, and one last thing…photographs can be fun.

The Cooperative of Photography (COOPH) has produced a YouTube video called The Power of a Photograph and they provide specific examples of

  • Unique moments
  • Iconic Moments
  • Fun Moments
  • Moments of Loss & Desperation
  • Moments of Defiance
  • Moments of Bravery
  • Moments of Love & Respect
  • …And Moments of Triumph

The video below helps us appreciate why people take photographs and the power behind pictures.

From the YouTube video:

Published on Apr 19, 2016

“The COOPH team explores iconic photographs and famous moments throughout history that captured raw human emotions and stunned the world.”

Inspire the World originally published this post

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“Well, we have a whole new year ahead of us. And wouldn’t it be wonderful if we could all be a little more gentle with each other, and a little more loving, have a little more empathy, and maybe – next year at this time – we’d like each other a little more.” – Judy Garland originally published this post