There must be something innate about maps, about this one specific way of picturing our world and our relation to it, that charms us, calls to us, won’t let us look anywhere else in the room if there’s a map on the wall. Ken Jennings (via emotional-algebra)

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Wyclef & his dad at the Nairobi Safari Walk. photography by mollyinkenya.

INDIA (by Pascal Mannaerts)

Seeing his scrunchy-nose smile and hearing his constant belly laughs, you’d have no clue how much Isaac has overcome in his 4 years. One awesome human being, right here. photography by mollyinkenya.

According to Hindus, the river Ganga is sacred and a feminine river that is personified as a Devi goddess, who holds a significant place in Hinduism. 
Hindu faith holds that bathing in the river, especially on certain occasions, causes the forgiveness of sins and helps to attain salvation.
Nubian village, along the Nile bend [Sudan] by FO Travel on Flickr