Theosophy and the Society in the Public Eye

When things are good!

David Grossman – USA

Note from the editor. David regularly contributes to Theosophy Forward. Last November we published his “When things are not so good” series. His current contribution, showing us quite the opposite, entitled “When things are good”, will certainly make you think and smile. David. a professional photographer living in New York with his wife and daughter, is a master in catching people’s emotions of any sort, but also those of his dog Pluto. The eight photos you are about to see represent the better and happier moments in our lives. The images are accompanied by quotations, underscoring the moments caught on camera.

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Home is where the dog runs to greet you. (unknown)

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Say what you want about aging, it's still the only way to have old friends. (Robert Brault)

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Cakes are special. Every birthday, every celebration ends with something sweet, a cake, and people remember. It's all about the memories. (Buddy Valastro)

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The greatest marriages are built on teamwork. A mutual respect, a healthy dose of admiration, and a never-ending portion of love and grace. (Fawn Weaver)

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Children smile at almost anything and everything which shows how beautifully they perceive life. How good the world would have been if we were all just like kids. (unknown)

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All well-bred men should have mastered the art of singing and dancing (Plato)

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The world worries about disability more than disabled people do. (Warwick Davis)

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Bake the world a better place (unknown)

All photos © David M. Grossman

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