to find in others
courage to be themselves,
to face adversity,
to remain true...
in archaeology and nature, to find new
to learn to look beneath for what the
earth has bestowed.
where people are yet people.
Back from the Brink
A story of addiction, loss and recovery.
"I built good relations," he says, "They'd ask me to stay for dinner. They never asked about my past."
Work and Prayer
The Oraons speak of two brothers, one who prayed while the other worked.
In the comfortable, spacious afternoon in the courtyard of Badol Minji's house, they've hastily arranged a table and chairs.
A Conversation in Clay
At Kantaji Temple the walls tell stories from a distant age.
With hand to hip she's kneeling: a repose that brings comfort to the carriage of the ox cart. Puffing on a hookah pipe as ladies like to do, she's a connoisseur of culture.
"We're always surrounded by people," Miss Maya continues, "but we're all alone. In this world we have nobody."
Life is hard at the top of freedom.
It's better to stay in Coal Street. It's more personal, more real.
In Bangladesh, any engagement that gets beyond a "hello, hi" holds significant risk.
The Ibrahim Store
Experience the Bangladeshi national art of adda or chatting in Monpura, because adda is at its humorous best on the islands in the Bay of Bengal.
"The start of a journey is a beautiful island."