Think your children don’t have the right bedroom color or the right carpet to match the drapes? This will shock you.
As reported by LifeBuzz, “Many children grow up living in poverty and lacking the basic necessities of life, while others who are more fortunate, grow up where those things are guaranteed and are usually taken for granted. Author and photographer James Mollison created Where Children Sleep, a collection of stories about children from around the world told through their portraits and photographs of their bedrooms. He said he came up with the idea when he found himself thinking of his own bedroom and its significance during his childhood.“
This child’s name is Indira. She’s 7 years old and lives in Kathmandu, Nepal.
This child’s name is Ahkohxet, an 8-year old, who lives in Amazonia, Brazil.
His name is Dong and he is 9 years old, living in China.
Here’s an 11-year old Joey, who lives in Kentucky – USA.
I don’t know the name of this child, but he is a 9-year old living in Ivory Coast.
This child’s name is Tzvika, a 9-year old living in Beitar Illit – The West Bank
Here’s Risa, a 15-year old from Kyoto – Japan
This really is truly eye-opening. Most of us really had it well growing up as a child. I’m sure this makes you feel grateful for basic necessities. If you agree, share this with your friends and family.
Article Source: LifeBuzz
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