Posts filled under #nevergiveup

Tribute to a friend whom

Tribute to a friend whom I lost today. I sadly enough didn't have any pics with her. Her name was Bhanupriya, she was a cancer patient. When I met her she was fighting cancer, she was always full of energy, enthusiasm and hope. I would trade all my belongings for an evening with her. Cancer I believe has seen very few people so strong. Strong, staring life right in its eyes and never giving up made her so amazing. "I will keep coming back for the things you deserve, said hope" - Bhanupriya #hope #amazingpeople #whataday #nevergiveup #makeitcount #makeadiffernce #forabetterworld #shallbemissed #wishyouwerehere #wishicouldchangeit #fixyou #cancer #fighter #cancerfighter #brave #respect #hatsoff

#flexfriday "Enter a room

#flexfriday "Enter a room in silence, you will become noticed." @officialminihulk Today I had the pleasure of, while we were working out, getting a picture and talking with @ab When you have a dream, go after it and never let anyone tell you it isn't possible. This man had so many encouraging words that I will always remember. Remain humble and love your life. I wish you an amazing season with success, health, and gods plan. I know you will be watching while I am grinding. Believe. #minihulk #steelers #ab #believe #fit #determined #overcome #otomix #pgh #pittsburgh #noexcuses #nooffseason #nevergiveup #entrepreneur #inspire #clothing #comeready #football #nodaysoff #giveback #giant #npc #entrepreneur #mybrand #beast #minibeast

Most important thing (aft

Most important thing (after Glenn obviously) packed for the worlds in Porto. Survival skills from not drowning: well prepared #prosurfer #nevergiveup


Calories In/Calories Out

Calories In/Calories Out= - #cantwait5 #fortmyers - -#running Be Badass !! Find & Do What Brings You Peace #depression #anxiety #panicattack It's all about the numbers -Attention To Detail Surpass Your Goals ~ Kimberly Cox @kimmiesworld1 #crochet #dogs #cats #proudveteran #Ptsd #Proud #hypothyroidism #beforeandafter #whatieat #accountability -Goal met #trainsmart -Do not chase your tail #miles #running #spin #discipline Don't Wish or Wing It- KNOW DO YOUR RESEARCH Don't wish DO #personaltrainer #bodybuilding #relentless #weightloss #goals #npc #dedication #ifbbpro #calories #nevergiveup #weightloss

Well.....another #weeklyw

Well.....another #weeklyweighin. The scale is moving ever so slowly in the right direction. Snails pace but that's OK. Signed up for my 4th half this week....for next month so that will increase my during the week exercise. Here's to hoping that boosts some bigger losses. Happy Friday friends!! #weightwatchers #wwsisterhood #healthyliving #wwfitfam #balance #ww #weightlossjourney #wwgoals #wlstories #wwfriends #wwfamily #wwdivas #wwlife #weightlossjourney #smartpoints #beyondthescale #wwconnect #fitness #fit #nevergiveup #onedayatatime #lifestylechange #nsv

An extract on #nevergiveup

Miller began his work as a freelance photographer with a collective called Afrapix, which used photography to document the realities of apartheid and the resistance to the regime during the 1980s. Miller first got the attention of the international wire services with a photograph of a mineworker and his partner in a room of a mineworkers' hostel. The photo was particularly meaningful as the unions were fighting for family housing for mine workers, rather than single-sex hostels which forced workers to leave their families behind to make a living. Soon after, Miller was hired for his first international lead, taking photographs of the 1987 strike in which over 300,000 mine workers across South Africa walked off the job. The majority of Miller's work early in his career was the documentation of strikes, protests and funerals which were manifestations of people's opposition to the apartheid regime and contributed to its eventual downfall. For three years from 1988, Miller worked for Reuters. During the early 1990s, as the world witnessed the crumbling of the apartheid government, the subject matter of Miller's work changed from protests and funerals to the negotiations that would eventually lead to a democratic South Africa. Once the transition to a post-apartheid government began, the focus of his and others' photography was on transformation issues such as health, education and labour. After Nelson Mandela's release from prison in February 1990, Miller gained access to countries across Africa that had previously been closed to South African passport holders. The first place Miller travelled to after Mandela's release was South Sudan, to document the famine that occurred there in the 1990s. He has pursued photographic projects in 28 different countries including Botswana, Cuba, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Liberia, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Eritrea, Rwanda, Senegal, Sudan, Uganda, Vietnam and Zimbabwe. Although Miller spent much time and effort documenting South Africa's first democratic election during April 1994, he was also able to travel to Rwanda to document the last 10 days of the genocide there. He then documented the conditions of the (primarily Tutsi) victims of the atrocity who fled to refugee camps in Tanzania. His work reflects not only the internal chaos and violence caused by the genocide in Rwanda, but also the lasting effects for those who were forced to flee, and the problems faced by the neighbouring countries to which they fled. Miller's collection of photographs from Rwanda was more recently used in a project which he presented at the University of Cape Town during a symposium on post-apartheid and post-genocide transitions and violence in South Africa and Rwanda. During Miller's numerous visits to Uganda, he focused on the devastating effects of the war waged by Joseph Kony and the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) on every sector of the population. He documented the issue of child soldiers, and spent time getting to know young adults who had escaped from the LRA after being forced, as children, to become its soldiers. Miller is currently a member of the Panos Pictures photo agency.

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