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at the beginning of every new year we are wishing the best wishes for ourselves, our people we love and the world.

However the world is going crazy and worse each year passes, at least in this country it does. I'm not an optimistic person, after the latest facts and riots in Greece, the scandals, the fires that took place on 2007 and a lot more I don't even want to remember, made me to lost my hope.

As a teacher I heard the kids opinion about their future in this country and guess what, they are right. Somehow the kids are always right and full of justice. The fact that nobody hears them made me curious and actually it made me mad.

I support justice I can tell the difference between right and wrong like the kids do. Unfortunately most of the people don't, they care about only one thing: THEMSELVES, how to fill their pocket with money, glory and power, so I came up to a point and ask myself: Does all these worth instead of the future of our kids? Isn't our kids the most valuable thing in the world? aren't we supposed to protect them and provide them a better future?

Every time we see a young kid killed by "accident" or whatever we feel sorry and wish it never happened.
What do you think its happening when a young kid believes that has no future? does only blood wakes us? do you really believe its not the same? you're right, its worse!

My dear friends the only thing I'd like to wish for this year is not health, not luck, no power and money, joy or whatever you are used to hear.

The only thing I wish for, is to find the child in us to find how pure can we be, and use our MINDS for our kids future first, and then ourselves. We owe to them, so make them happy!

my first shot between 2008-2009 is devoted to all the children of the world, and those who love them truly
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Additional Photos by Stelios Kritikakis (steliosk) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 896 W: 324 N: 1314] (4802)
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