Words.

Words.

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Arman (Berlin)
“maè”

Noémi (Gent, Belgium)
‘”Turn your face to the sun and let the shadows fall behind you”, Maori proverb.”

Anny (Greece)
Generally for my family but mostly for my beloved sister.
“The blood tie is the strongest one (compared to other ties/relationships)”.


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Lani (Sala)
“Allt för mina bröder” – “everything for my brothers”

Shirley N (Copenhagen)
“This tattoo I designed myself and it reminds me always to hang on even when life gets really tough”

Aimilia (Bielefeld)
“A proverbial path to a Promised Land of one’s hopes and dreams.
Font: self written


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Rosalie (Dublin, CA)
“The word amen means “So Be It.” After going through a personal loss, I had my good friend who was there for me during the process write it in her handwriting.”

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Wednesday Randoms.

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Christina L (Manila) “This is the Mali/African symbol for Inner Peace. It was found inside one of the caves and I just drew up my own interpretation of it.”

Henje (Munich) “My grandma had matryoshka dolls when I was little and me and my sister always played with those. Now these two on my arm, are me and my little sister as those dolls.”

Princia (Rio de Janeiro) “The french word ”dégagé” has so many meanings that represent how I feel about life…unconstrained, casual; relaxed, uninvolved; detached….So simple… and beautiful.”


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source: Lucintha (Netherlanda) “Ils sont ma lumière – the are my light” Font: Exmouth, Anna-Karin (Jakobstad, Finland) “Photo by Nayab Ikram”, Erica (Malta)