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Street • 2018 walking trough a diary from my wanderings. Portraits of places and people, glances on life. The anthropological evolution goes trough everyday little acts, new conventions, old myths • • • •

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Making sleeping space for the night, Birmingham City Centre

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No Worries

I was once sharing Bhakti literature door to door in my home town of Hamilton, New Zealand, when I met a young man who explained that he was a lawyer. I asked him if he had heard of the law of karma, to which he replied “No” and quickly closed the door. While it maybe cool to casually toss the word karma around in conversation, unfortunately this is a common response to any deeper discussion the topic. Of course we all recognise the need to understand the law of land we live in, and our parents take great care to teach it to us, for good reason. But what about the universal law? Wouldn’t that also be worth knowing? While photographing this overpass on Customhouse Quay in Wellington, I didn’t realise who these people walking towards me were until they got close and I realised they were police officers. And because we all new the law and were in harmony with it, we happily exchanged smiles as they marched by. This exchange caused me to reflect on how Bhakti Yoga naturally harmonises our consciousness and lifestyle with the universal law of karma, making it a true no worries lifestyle.