Easter tears

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        I wonder how many people look into the eyes of a lamb and see that there is a soul? I find them so gentle, so pure that I could never eat them. I dare you to really look at them, and maybe this year you can save one!

Photo made and touched by me 🙂

I loved this sweet challenge, fifty

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/writing-challenge-fifty/

I would love your input in this subject! Hugs

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27 thoughts on “Easter tears

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  7. “how many people look into the eyes of a lamb and see that there is a soul?” – But the question is: how many people have again a soul?
    Ps: Nice pics 😉

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