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Face like river bed, mud of the disappearing sea, eye of the retreating cradle

The constant balancing and gentle paddling strengthen the trunk and core muscles while working on the small muscles of the feet and the neuro-sensory or proprioceptive feedback system improves balance more than any other activity. Indoor balancing activities by standing on one leg on a pillow or small balance trampoline can work too but aren't as much fun. Balance training diminishes falling episodes. And falls kill. Huffington Post July 1st, 2015 Kevin R. Stone, M.D.

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Suri Boy at Kibish, Southern Ethiopia.

Suri Boy With Tribal Face Paint. Kibish, Southern Ethiopia - My Scholarship entry - A 'place' I have visited - Ethiopia

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Time on his Face

The time on his face By: Mehmet Akin. My favorite style of photography. You can live a lifetime within his portrait.

Sadhus by Thomas Kelly.

"Body Language: The Yogis of India and Nepal" at the Rubin Museum of Art. Striking color photographs by Thomas L. Kelly capture extraordinary-looking male sadhus (as well as a female sadhvi), famously known as ascetics and yogis of South Asia.