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I have been guilty of this too many times, I know it is a flaw of mine and it may have cost me someone truly special.

I have been guilty of this too many times, I know it is a flaw of mine and it may have cost me someone truly special.

Big Sis by acastellano, via Flickr

"Big Sis" by acastellano [first place winner of "The Family" Challenge - Touching.

Preparing Masala tea, Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal...There are many things which go into making some thing a Food Worth Eating, or drink worth drinking ...with Who, What, Where, When,Why and How are all part of the story.  Suffice it to say, I would drink this tea on the spot, for sure!

In Nepal division of labor by gender exists. Men are the ones that do the hard work and women are only expected to cook, wash and care for the children. This woman in the photo is preparing Masala tea, Durbar Square, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Nepal- no makeup- just a very exceptional face- a unique face- a interesting face. Looks like a young girl that has potential and will find her way. She looks 3rd World but has the face and hair. Very beautiful in her own right.

So many pictures of the young from Nepal are ornamental. The dresses are beautiful and ornate, but there is a simple and natural beauty to this girl. It may seem grey next to the colorful women of Teej, but arguably the most beautiful picture yet.

Shiva devotees, sadhus, yogis

Sadhu (holy man) : an ascetic, wandering monk (ind. People who have left behind all material and sexual attachments and live in caves, forests and temples all over India and Nepal and dedicate their life to spiritual things.

South America/ Peru   ok haters its totally normal to tie your kids to u. weve been doing it from the beginning of time. thats how me and georgia are gonna ride.......one day.......very far from now.

Akan (Hill Tribe) mother and child. Chiang Rai, Thailand - A cultural holiday. Find mor out about those living in your world.

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There are no boundaries for happiness. No Language. No Age. No Gender. No kid boy Baby girl kid

tibet (people, portrait, beautiful, photo, picture, amazing, photography, boy, kid, child)

Tibetan baby in yak fur! Yak fiber wool has been utilized by nomads in the Himalayan region for over a thousand years to make clothing, tents, ropes and blankets. Photo by Alison Wright

According to science, people of the earth began in Africa, and the more people migrated around the world, the more physical changes would develop because of adaptations to certain areas.  People who evolved in the same spot for a long time did not change much.

Sadhu wrapped in his dreads--"Baba Ji" by Laurent Auxietre, Katmandu, Nepal.

Banana leaf umbrella, Nepal, Asia. Travel to Nepal with DHARMA ADVENTURES DMC. A member of GONDWANA DMCs, your network of boutique Destination Management Companies for travel to all the exotic corners of the world - www.gondwana-dmcs.net

KATHMANDU, Nepal—A banana leaf serves as an umbrella for a boy herding water buffalo, © Steve McCurry / Magnum Photos