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Dreams hidden in the innocent eyes


“This is our right – that (adults) have to listen. This is children’s rights. And if they are not abiding with that right, we will work harder to make them hear.”
“All the problems of the world – child labor, corruption – are symptoms of a spiritual disease: lack of compassion.”

Our grade six/seven class quote: Make a difference. Recently our

class has been educated of the unfortunate situation of child labor in India. Kids our age are thrust into the hands of factory owners.

 

based on the ribbon  created by Jerry Barbara on April 19, 2012 . please check it out on https://www.everribbon.com/ribbon/view/6007

 

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23 comments on “Dreams hidden in the innocent eyes

  1. superb….awesome……like always……

  2. You’re an incredibly talented artist…just breathtaking. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Your painting speaks for so many children…Indeed all adults need to do is to listen from a child’s level

  4. Excellent painting, its so true that the eyes are the windows to the soul..:-))

    • thanks Ed for appreciating me.You have said the very true words “eyes are the windows to the soul”,we can’t hide our feelings from our innocent eyes.they express every feeling even which we want to keep secret till grave.

  5. I don’t think it’s a lack of compassion. I think it’s good old human greed, as you seem to confirm in your last sentence: “Kids our age are thrust into the hands of factory owners.”

  6. Good to have dreams!

  7. Those eyes says it all including the effort you have taken to bring it so alive.

  8. Disgusting to rob children of their childhood….

  9. The painting is very good!

  10. this is heart touched painting…

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