Mother's Day is upon us once more. Our mothers have hopefully survived another year, and we need to celebrate that fact. Here are 9 randomly chosen father's day ecards:
Mother's Day Video: Mi...
Thank You Mom
Mother's Day Grid Lett...
Mum - A Special Mother...
Mother's Day Flower
Mother's Day Star Burs...
Mother's Day Lava
Here's a random selection of photo ecards which have a snowy theme, ideal for the Christmas season.happybirthdaytoyou.com
A new video ecard, Alive
We traveled three weeks through the northern Himalayas of India, from Himachal Pradesh to Kashmir. It was a journey from valleys to peaks up to 5000m. We experienced a massive amount of different cultures, three major religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, met incredible people, saw never seen before nature and walked right next to the wildest animals. It´s nearly impossible to recreate this experience and our feelings and to compress it to just 3 minutes. So I tried to express the spirit of our journey. What we felt more than anything else, is to be alive.
No update since July! Sorry for the lack of updates.
I added a very powerful short film this evening called Love, Dad. You can read more about it on Short of the Week:
But this sums it up:
On the outskirts of Cairo, lies an entire city made out of, and built on top of discarded trash. It’s home to the Zabaleen - ‘people of the garbage’ - who collect, and recycle everything from old food, plastic wrappers, tires, to aluminum cans. Each family has a specific role, from the smallest child to the oldest grandparent, sorting the waste and continuing the family business. 25 years ago, A woman named Maggie Groban, known as ‘Mama Maggie,’ did something unexpected. She started a school right in the heart of Garbage City. A first for the Zabaleen. Suddenly, families had a hard choice to make. One that would surely cost them immediate profit loss by not putting the kids to work. However, a few brave parents took a risk - and put their kids in school.
I just saw a very beautiful and moving documentary. How could it be that asking complete strangers jogging in London could lead to such beauty, wisdom and insight? I don't know, but it's happened here - see The Runners.20-Jul-2016