Dedicated to my friend Nasser

When it comes to life, most things are never as bad as they seem. Except when it comes to our health. Our health, which for much of our youth we often take for granted, is something that we cannot get back once it is gone. Having passed closely into the shadows of death myself, more than once, I am eternally grateful for the time I have to spend on this glorious planet.

I have a friend who is going hospital today for an operation and I pray all works out well for him. I know how much he craves to be behind a camera lens and if the operation he is having is not successful it may take away this joy in his life. I am sure that whatever happens is meant to be but I pray that he can still capture beautiful slices of life the way only he can. Nasser, today this post is dedicated to you. Good luck and god bless.

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6 thoughts on “Dedicated to my friend Nasser

  1. I pray that your friends operation was a success. Having had cataract surgery at only 52 years of age I was petrified. Just the thought of someone cutting into my eye and putting in an implant lense scared me to death. I was sure I would end up blind. I had a very religous doctor..she said just pray to God to make the operation a success and then let go and do not be afraid. Praise God, the operation was a success. My fav pix today are 1st in 2nd row, 2nd pictures in 3rd and 4th rows. šŸ™‚

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    1. I believe all the TV series about hospitals have really made me worry about any trip to the hospital. I know it is all fiction but it doesn’t give you a whole lot of confidence šŸ™‚

      That Lion picture is just amazing, such power and beauty all in one image. Take care Alan.

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  2. They say that the greatest wealth a man can have is that of good health. I have to agree 100%. So very true.
    Here’s hoping that your friend will pull through this medical crisis with positive results, and that he has a speedy recovery.

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