Dignity: The artistry of a cleanly swept yard.
A word from Curt
A good word.
A respectful word.
When we help the vulnerable, we should always seek to respect their dignity.
These are real people with real problems.
See for yourself in the images below.
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I love words.
But a picture can be worth a thousand words.
Sometimes ten thousand.
These six photos say more than I could ever write.
Take your time and study them.
They represent the quiet dignity we find in northern Uganda.
Whether it’s a weathered visage . . . smiling face . . .
The faces of Africa are unforgettable
. . . or a new high rise chicken coop.
High-rise chicken house near Koboko, Uganda
The delight of a decorated refugee hut . . .
Decorated refugee hut Adologo Camp West Nile District Uganda
. . . or planted flowers.
Do you know the name of this beautiful flower?
It speaks of the dignity of the human soul.
Every soul has a face.
A story worth seeing
A story worth telling.
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