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Gold And The U.S. Dollar

Over the last decade and more, gold bugs insisted that gold was going to shoot up to stratospheric heights.  The constant hype that every person needed to convert as much of their paper money into gold was ridicules to say the least. Do not misunderstand me, purchasing gold before the…

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Music | Sixty Seconds To What? By Ennio Morricone | For A Few Dollars More Movie (1965)

  This song was selected from the Hermit Poet’s Music Collection * To listen on YouTube CLICK HERE  * To purchase this download see Amazon.com below: Sixty Seconds to What? (from “For a Few Dollars More”) * Worldwide, Timeless & Diverse See our Complete Music Selection HERE Back to HOME PAGE

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Constructing My Own Artificial Eternity | Loneliness & A Silicon Sex Doll I Named Eva

  Visual Artist June Korea is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From his project ’Still Lives: Eva’.  To see June’s body of work click on any photograph.       “This is not about a sex doll, but all about our solitary existence in human…

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My Dolls, An Assurance Of A Childhood With Comfort & Security

  Photographer Vera Saltzman is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From her project ‘Sue and Winnie‘.  To see Vera’s projects and portraits click on any photograph.         Sigmund Freud believed the uncanny to be something which leads us back to what is…

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The American Grocery Industry Shake Down & The Power Of Your Food Dollar

The American grocery industry is getting shredded. Amazon’s 13.7 Billion dollar purchase of Whole Foods has the other players in the grocery business paying close attention and possibly even shaking in their boots. There is a tremendous amount of upheaval currently in the grocery industry. The big boys like Kroger…

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Music-A Fistful Of Dollars By Ennio Morricone

  This song was selected from the Hermit Poet’s Music Collection.   To listen on YouTube CLICK HERE.   To purchase this download see Amazon.com below:   A Fistful of Dollars   Back to HOME PAGE  

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Music-For A Few Dollars More By Ennio Morricone

This song was selected from the Hermit Poet’s Music Collection. To listen on YouTube CLICK HERE. To purchase this download see Amazon.com below: Back to HOME PAGE

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Marapachi Dolls – India

This article and images were submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Blogger Rukmini Krishnan. Indian culture is all about logical application and scientifically oriented. Each and every traditional method practiced in this beautiful country has its own reasoning as well as logic and is attached with a lot of emotional…

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Intimate Passages Of My Mother’s Turmoil

  Written by Marilyn Jaye Lewis   In the Shadow of Narcissa | My Mommy’s Turmoil has Returned   My mommy’s turmoil has returned. It’s the new house. I’m four. I’m standing in the corner of my bedroom, facing the wall. I’m being punished but I don’t know what I’ve…

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Mysticism Or Performance | The Modernization Of Traditional Practices | Witchcraft, Palmistry & Spiritual Healing

  Photographer Lucia Sekerková Bláhová is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Vrăjitoare’.  To see Lucia’s body of work, click on any image.           Vrăjitoare – witches, fortune tellers, healers… Many Romanian Roma women identify themselves with such descriptions.…

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Childhood Memories Of My Mother’s Turmoil

  Written by Marilyn Jaye Lewis   In the Shadow of Narcissa An Intimate Memoir of Childhood   I can separate it out by houses; the ebb and flow of my mother’s turmoil. She was my adoptive mother. In the forward-thinking times of the early 1960s, it was thought best…

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Life Coaching by Carioca Da Gema

  Who is Carioca Da Gema? My name is Joelcy Kay. I’m the editor and curator of Edge of Humanity Magazine.  ‘Carioca Da Gema’ is my pen name and I have recently launched ‘Edge of Humanity Magazine’s Life Coaching Series’ which is a collection of articles written by myself, covering…

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Root Bound

  Artist Francis Baker is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Everyday Garden’.  To see Francis’s body of work, click on any image.           The everyday garden began after I salvaged a discarded houseplant left on the side of…

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  Make Hong Kong Dollar No time wasters or sleepers Proud Smart Work harder Eat & drink Shop Bet on winners Youth want changes from leaders Give us Democracy Eventually Hammer will come down All must kowtow to Emperor Xi   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2019     If…

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Is Walmart Forcing Customers To Do The Work Left Behind After Employees Are Replaced By Automation?

  Written by: Carioca Da Gema   My neighborhood super-center is crowded. The aisles are narrow with kids running around, people with specialty mobile chairs, and staff loading shelves.  So after some close calls with my cart full of groceries it is time to check out. To my surprise there…

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America Must Secure Its Border

The United States needs to stop playing around and secure its border. The US has to concentrate on its own problems and for the foreseeable future does not have the resources to just open the floodgates and allow illegals to cross over with impunity.  The country currently cannot take care…

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President Xi Cannot Contain His Glee Maybe Trump Forget Me USA Again Entering Middle East Mind Fuck Zone No Biggie Only $220 million dollar drone Persians Negotiating Back Since Days Of Stones MBS & Bibi Sit back Laugh While Subservient America Risks Its Bones   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC…

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Japan | Past, Present & Future | Symbolism & You

  Photographer Atom is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the series  ‘JAPONISM & MINIMALISM’.  To see Atom’s body of work, click on any image.   The series consists of three sections: HINOMARU is an alias name of the Japanese flag. KIMONO is a Japanese…

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Calming The Nerves With Medical Bill Transparency | Sick Americans Are Easier To Control | Part 2

  Written by: Carioca Da Gema   Last year 1 in 8 Americans borrowed 88 billion dollars to pay for medical bills. 65 million ignore and/or endure their medical issues due to lack of funds. The orange alert is on for 45% losing sleep at night and looking into being…

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The Money ‘We The People’ Spend & Our Living Conditions In America

  Written by: Carioca Da Gema   As a society we must unite as ‘people’ to survive.  Los Angeles has a major homeless problem and small cities in the middle of the country are fighting a drug war in their own living rooms with numbers never imagined.  Uninsured sick Americans…

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Artificially Constructed Like Humans

  Multidisciplinary Artist Emilie Steele is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘Doll’ series.  To see Emilie’s body of work, click on any photograph.             ” Existing in borderlands, these abject figures depict the longing to be human, and to…

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Following In The Footsteps Of Ancient Love

  Graphic Designer and Photographer Michiko Chiyoda is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the multimedia project ‘Oshichi’.  To see Michiko’s body of work, click on any image.         ‘Oshichi’ is a  heroine/doll of  ‘Yaoya Oshichi’, an old story which is based…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2018

  Giovanna Cristina Vivinetto     Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2017   Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2016   Edge Of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2015 & 2014

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Macau In Black & White

  Photojournalist Gonçalo Lobo Pinheiro is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project  ‘Macau 5.0’.  To see Gonçalo’s body of work, click on any image.                     All images © Gonçalo Lobo Pinheiro      …

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Amazon Minimum Wage $15.00 Hour | Let’s Not Forget About The Robots

  Keep the pressure on the Titan! One cannot go a day without reading bad press regarding the working conditions for Amazon employees.  US$15,00 per hour is a good start, but what about working conditions. One trillion dollar valuation does not go well with the people working their bones off,…

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Billionaires Buying Democracy

Every American should be concerned. Deeply Concerned! The very fabric of the freedom of the United States of America is completely at risk. What is causing this cataclysmic collapse of the Democracy of this country? The answer is money. A ton of money is being used by some extremely wealthy…

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Redefining Beauty Standards | South Korea

  Visual Artist Eui-Jip Hwang is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.  From his project ‘Live Your Dream’.  To see Eui-Jip’s projects click on any photograph.         “Live Your Dream” explores South Korea’s renewal of the Korean identity, which has been remolded by the…

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The Iranian Deal | Nuclear Weapons, Oil & Religion

President Trump pulls out of nuclear deal. As stated in an earlier Edge of Humanity article, Iran will obtain nuclear weapons with or without a deal. The trillion dollar question is: Will Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Bibi) lead President Trump…

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BUY ONE Military Plane GET ONE, TWO, THREE “Free”

Written by: Carioca Da Gema   President Trump announced that our tax dollars are going to be buying “twice as many planes for ½ of the price”. These are military planes not utility vehicles available at multiple dealerships where one can price check online. There are only a handful of companies…

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Rural Life Around A Radioactive Environment | Sessa Aurunca, Italy

  Photographer Enrica De Nicola is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From project ‘Still There‘.  To see Enrica’s body of work click on any photograph.           The land of work extends to the crotch of three distinct regions, and for decades…

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Don’t be fooled Tsar Wants Cheap Dollar Swift kick in the ass on trade Gold wakes up from the grave.    * Find More Poetry HERE   BACK TO  HOME PAGE   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2018  

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How China Is Taking A Big Bite In The Art Market

  Artist Priscilla Briggs is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.  From her project ‘Making Mona Lisa‘.  To see Priscilla’s body of work click on any photograph.         This work addresses the cultural convergence of Western ideas about the value of art and the mass production of Chinese oil…

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Chicago’s Street Vibe: Before The Dot-Com Crash, 9/11, Iraq, Afghanistan & The Global Financial Crisis

  Artist Kevin Horan is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From his project ‘Street Census‘ .  To see Kevin’s body of work click on any image.     “It is only shallow people who do not judge by appearances. The true mystery of the world is the visible, not…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2017

Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2016   Edge Of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2015 & 2014  

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Single Mother Boy has no father. She purchases very little fresh fruits and vegetables. Mostly buys frozen and cans of food to save dollars. Shares small apartment with another mother Patch old car Today Repair Radiator Next Quarter Starter Always struggling to make sure bills are paid. No free time…

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Catching A Glimpse Of People’s Lives From My Own Little World

  Photographer Jocelen Janon is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these rear window images. From his project ‘Rear Window‘.  To see Jocelen’s body of work click on any image.           In the boot of my father’s Citroen ID20 station wagon there were two side-facing…

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The Stories Of The Tools We Carry

  Visual Journalist Lukas Rapp is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  These images are from his project ‘Tools Of Power‘. To see Lukas’ body of work click on any image.                   See also: Where We Are Today…

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Keeping The Past In A Bag – The Meaning Of The Homeless Cherished   Possessions

  Photographer Gregg Segal is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From his project ‘Things From Home‘.  To see Gregg’s body of work click on any image.           I began with a question: if you were allowed to keep only those items…

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“six days a week, and sometimes seven” The Strength & Entrepreneurship Of An Elderly   Woman

  Documentary Photographer Scott Marc Becker is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From his project ‘A Seller of Fruit’.  To see Scott’s body of work click on any image.   Six days a week, and sometimes seven, she rises hours before the sun. She washes,…

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Can A Make Believe World Tell Real Stories?

  Photographer Claus Lucas is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  These images are from his project ‘Sense of Guilt‘. To see Claus’ body of work click on any image.           There have been numerous controversies on Barbie dolls due to its…

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An Intimate Portrait Of LGBTQ Americans

  Fine Art Photographer Tom Atwood is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From his book/project ‘Kings & Queens in Their Castles‘. To see Tom’s  body of work click on any image.       Kings & Queens in Their Castles is an extensive photography series…

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He was a sixteen and seventeen year old man spending Thursday and Friday afternoons picking tomatoes in the fields. With his van fully loaded, he then on Saturdays and Sundays, at a gigantic flea market, sold vine ripe tomatoes three pounds for a dollar. Interacting with 1000’s of people from…

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Who Died Here? Places & Stories Of Violent Murders In London

  Photojournalist Antonio Zazueta Olmos is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From his book/project ‘The landscape Of Murder‘.  To see Antonio’s body of work click on any image.       The Landscape of Murder is a photographic series documenting all the sites where…

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Low Unemployment Has Not Made A Difference For Many American Workers

The Report on the Economic Well Being of U.S. Households in 2016 (May 2017) has been released by the Board of Governors of The Federal Reserve System. A part of the report under the section Economic Preparedness and Emergency Savings reveals that a large amount of people are still barely…

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Book Review- A Little Treasury of Haiku Translated By Peter Beilenson

Yes, this little book is a treasure chest full of haiku poems from Japanese poets of the past. The Little Treasury of Haiku is a small hardcover book that is only 96 pages, but stuffed full of haiku gems. Each page contains four to five haiku poems. There are over…

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  The flourishing 90’s The good life Would not end soon Dollars Scooped up with a gigantic dustpan and broom Swinging back and forth Moving mountains of hay with a pitchfork Shifting sand Globalization Moved across the land Jobs have disappeared Elites Now offer peasants Handkerchiefs To wipe away the…

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A Greek Immigrant, A Community Diner & A Love Story From The 1940’s

  Writer & Photographer Caroline Corinne Evans Abbott  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.  From her project ‘How Van Met Phyllis: Curley’s Diner, Stamford CT, The Ruby Slipper Project‘.  To see Caroline’s body of work click on any image.   “Has anyone ever told you you…

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The Transition From Farm Lifestyle To Higher Education In California

  Writer & Photographer Caroline Corinne Evans Abbott  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this article.  From her project ‘At The Edge Of The World: Socioeconomic Disparity Between Davis, California and Outlying Farming Communities‘.  To see Caroline’s body of work click on any image.   The farmlands of the…

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  My car broke down today Received A high interest Payday loan No catching the bus The mechanic Will get paid I work For a dollar more Than minimum wage Scared Lose sleep  About becoming homeless Only a couple lost paychecks away Eat no name can or box dinners everyday…

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  They were a nice young couple Newly married Going to make a bundle Came from South of the Border To the golden streets of USA  Determined To show Americans How the game was played During the housing boom They borrowed Over two million dollars Using fabricated loan documents Playing…

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CMXXXIV- The Corrupt Hiding Money In Miami

They come to Miami  Purchase a multi-million dollar condo or two The area has magnificent views They do not put deed in their name Setting up a shell company Is how they play this game Funds wired From Hong Kong, Istanbul, Sao Paulo or Dubai Lawyers Many times Do not…

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Wildlife Illegal Trade

  Film Director and Photojournalist James Morgan is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  These images are from his project ‘Inside The War On Wildlife Crime‘.  To see James’ body of work click on any image.     Wildlife crime not only threatens nature’s most iconic…

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Artist Exposé – Surreal Portrait Paintings

  Artist Trevor J Brown is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  These paintings are from his ‘Au-ton-o-mous‘ exhibition. To see Trevor’s gallery of artwork click on any image.                                 See also: “Roosting…

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Social Documentary Photography – Protests & Celebrations In Indonesia

  Independent Documentary Photographer and  Freelance Photojournalist Aji Styawan is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography .   To see Aji’s portfolio, projects and photographs click on any image.                     See also: Portraits Editorial By Aji Styawan  …

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Documentary Photography – Making Maple Syrup In Canada

This photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Photographer Dan MacDonald.   Click on any image to see Dan’s projects and portfolio.   From a personal photographic project titled “Maple Sugar” by Dan MacDonald.   The project documents some of the work at a hobby sugar camp in…

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Documentary Photography – Togo’s “Democratorship”

  This travel/documentary photography was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Photographer Pierre Suchet.   Click on any image to see Pierre’s series and portraits.     From project “Promised Land” by Pierre Suchet.     I traveled to Togo for a wedding. During my walks in the streets of…

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Social Documentary Photography – Working The Coal Mines In India

This social documentary photography was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Photographer and Journalist Erberto Zani.   Click on any image to see Erberto’s gallery of projects.     Images from the book “Black World” by Erberto Zani.   Coal in Jharkhand It is a dark world that millions…

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Social Documentary: Mexico Garbage Dump Workers-Their Community, Struggles & Poverty

This social documentary photography was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Photographer David von Blohn.   From project “Linda Vista” by David von Blohn.   Click on any image to see other stories by David von Blohn.     In search of opportunities and escaping the economic crisis in their country,…

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Onam – India’s Flower Festival

The content of this post was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Blogger Rukmini Krishnan.   Click on any image to learn more about daily life in India by Rukmini Krishnan.   India is a land of festivals and culture. Every festival has a religious significance to it. It…

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Gold Bugs Watch in Horror as Metal Loses It’s Magic

Headwinds continue to persist for gold. The global  spot price is currently around $1134.00 per ounce. The precious metal will  experience pressure that will not allow gold to move up greatly in price. In Fact, it is most likely the price will continue to go down. As stated, in an earlier…

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B&W Street Photography Essay – Tokyo, Japan

This street photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by photographer Stephane Pagani.   Click on any image to see Stephane’s archives of photographs. Click on any image to see Stephane’s archives of photographs.   See also: “Tsukiji At The Time Of The Auction” “Best Street Shots” By…

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Education, Training And The Middle Class In America

This article was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by AZULDELMAR2KR. Americans don’t resent the wealthy, nor do people around the world. Most know they will never be rich.  They don’t care. What they do expect is to have economic hope, a sense that they will be free from fear…

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Photo Documentary – Children From India & Nepal

  This photo documentary depicting children from India and Nepal was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by photographer and blogger Roshan Raj at Roshan Click’s. Click here to see Roshan’s TRAVEL PHOTO DOCUMENTARY.   Click on the image to see Roshan’s TRAVEL DOCUMENTARY Click on the image to see…

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Handicrafts From Around The World #2 Photo Essay

  Every corner of the world has a variety of interesting handicrafts.  This photo essay depicts flutes from Mexico, witch dolls from Prague, textiles from Morocco and a variety of handicrafts from Nepal. See also: Handicrafts From Around The World   Back to HOME PAGE Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2015

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Daily Life In India Organic Laundry

This article and image were submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Blogger Rukmini Krishnan. India is a land of villages, tradition and culture. Agriculture is the chief occupation of the people in India. Often women in villages go to the nearby fields and help the men in their agricultural activities.…

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Indian Ballad Singers

This article and image were submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Blogger Rukmini Krishnan.   For as I stepped out for my morning walk I saw these two, an attitude solid as a rock I asked them where they came from They were so peaceful amidst the humdrum Vastu Dev…

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Indian Wedding Musician

This travel photograph was taken during a wedding, on the streets of Mumbai, India. For more on Indian wedding traditions click below: Marapachi Dolls by Blogger Rukmini Krishnan.   Back to HOME PAGE

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Indian Wedding

  Weddings in India are like no other place on earth.  It’s a gigantic party.  This travel photo was taken on the streets of Mumbai, India in the middle of a very festive wedding party.   For more on Indian wedding traditions click below: Marapachi Dolls by Blogger Rukmini Krishnan.   Back to HOME…

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