Story of mankind, those intolerable diseases, rather painful moments and contagious discomfort. Against all these odds, there remains some strong hold for love, faith and a concrete reason to prolong life as we call it. That specific reason to raise your head against the high tides and tsunamic struggles life keeps challenging you with. And during these painful and utterly demon like period of times, we cling onto love and faith. These 12 incredible photo stories prove a point in making us believe love do exist and it can still remain as the only potion for pain and despair.
Let us make some time for our loved ones, those few minutes we could bring together to close that gap of negative factors. Take a look at these photo-stories which will infinitely make you believe for the reason to love and to be loved.
“Somewhere over the years, we all live to age, suffer, undergo pain and consciously die but what would make our dying lives somewhat interesting and more meaningful is to believe and practice love.” – anonymous
A beautiful story about Louise B. Moore, a loving grandmother to Andy Richter. We listen carefully to some of the emotional moments Andy has captured in his photo story. There is so much of relationship and chemistry between the two, and we pass through these photographs as Andy continues to tell about the some valuable time they spent together.
Losing Dennis, this is an incredible drama about a family’s struggle with the impact of Dementia. This story shows how the family and his fellow beings struggle to cope up with this man and his condition. A deadly disease which makes the family to grieve as if Dennis has already died.
An incredible and rather emotional journey of a young spaniard named Sandra who shed some unimaginable amount of Kgs to get back in shape. This is an inspirational story about looking back at the society and makes us go in awe in getting to know how your physical appearance determines your attitude.
Michael Santiago explains that emotional attachment he always had with his loving dad. His father who has fought cancer twice shows us how strong he has been mentally and through this photo essay, Michael shows us some most sceptical and emotional moments they both had shared together. The photographer tells us that he will always cherish the time spent together.
A very longing story about a father and his son. About a departed father at a very early age and what had eventually made his son to suffer all these years. This is more of a fictional story about a son longing for his father.
Excessive fear of abandonment and the aftermath of despair and anxiety, Mai’s therapy treatment has drove her to face certain consequences and these pictures shows us her little world full of simple battles and courageous fight she puts up against the trauma.
An emotional chapter of a young mother suffering from cancer, the moments the family needs to undergo, that strange feeling and a denied acceptance from her kids, a caring husband and her unbelievable fightback with ultimate courage and faith is scintillating.
A wife suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and her husband’s never ending love to serve her. The most beautiful part of this story is they are in their 80’s respectively. This is an incredible journey about two beautiful souls, Alejandro’s grandmother died in the arms of her husband while he went to change the diaper. An emotional love story.
Story of Julie Baird, an Aids survivor with a 2 year old baby in her arms. This story shows us her emotional journey against sexual abuse, drug addiction, poverty, bad relationships, births, deaths more losses and some reunions too. Listen to these photographs as Darcy Padilla takes us through the lives of these innocent souls.
A cancer survivor and her grand motive to seek solidarity in a cancer march. Her life-altering decisions, against the odds of faith and concrete courage. Diane is a grand inspiration to all cancer patients and normal humans too.
Story of an alcoholic, the one who is admitted in a liquid hospital, where they treat people by reducing the consumption thereby making them slowly withdraw from the habit. Death is an omnipresent issue in the facility. Johannes has been thinking about where, King Alcohol as he calls it, will take him. Some say it is over when it is over. I would imagine that the body is dead and then the soul lingers on. That it will keep on noticing the further developments. But only in pictures, as if one were sleeping and dreaming.“
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- Valeni, A Village In Romania By Mark Carey