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Aside: The Power of Love

Its difficult to concentrate on other things when one of the human beings you love the most, my father, is going through a trying time. That’s my father laying in bed reading a newspaper and just trying to relax while he waits for his scheduled surgery next week. Having brain surgery is probably one of the most difficult things to do as a medical practitioner and neurosurgeons are certainly up right up there. I pray that God puts his on my father and on the hands of the neurosurgeon that will be operating on him to stop his bleeding. Pray for him! See you all soon. Readers of this blog know that photography for me is an expressive art and that it soothes my soul and if I get the courage, I’ll share more of this story when I get the latest addition to my Fuji Kit ― the XF35mm 1.4. I’ll be back!


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  1. frank weir says

    Jorge…I feel terrible for you and your dad. I wish I could just stop everyone’s suffering with a wave of my hand…take solace that many are with you in spirit…

    • Thanks Wouter, I appreciate it. I’m trying to stay focused but its hard sometimes. I took my camera this afternoon and will have it with me for all the days I’m there. I want to cherish them via photos.

    • A si dicen los del “Camino Neocatecumenal” ― Animo, que siempre hace falta en estas situaciones dificiles. Gracias Javier, se te agradecen tus palabras.

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