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from the Guardian

Patrick Farrell's Pulitzer prize-winning selection of photographs

I had a really hard day today, but I came home, opened the door to a place I could lay my head, be warm and dry. This person did not. Bless her Lord and open that door. Shame on me for overlooking and forgetting my blessings.

from the Guardian

Patrick Farrell's Pulitzer prize-winning selection of photographs

.A woman experiencing post delivery pain moments after delivering her baby lifts herself off the table to head outside for recovery, so another woman can lay down and give birth at a clinic just outside Port-au-Prince

Africa | Two Masai boys outside a hut in their village in Kenya. The colour red is worn to represent power, and accessories and body ornaments are be worn to reflect their identity and status in society. | © David Lazar

The truth is that grief -- like any other hardship -- is a seed full of immeasurable potential for growth and development. It is both an honor and a miracle to bear witness to the transformation and enrichment a person can undergo after a trauma.

© Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos IRELAND. Dublin. 1952. Corpus Christi procession, near Corpus Christi church.

Khalid, 7 years old, sits outside of the medical tent of a US military base. Civilians throughout Afghanistan have been victims of both Taliban and US attacks.