FROM “HOW THEY SEE TO HOW THEY EAT”, RUKA PERU by DANIEL MALKA
YOUR WAY TO HELP THE CHILDREN OF RUKA HAVE BETTER NUTRITION
THE DANIEL MALKA PHOTO PROJECT
In the land of opportunity, simplicity is seen as poverty, culture is a luxury, beauty is associated to wealth, which in turn fuels envy, selfishness, vanity, and true poverty.
Going to the Sahara Desert made me realize that the white picket fence is a purchased, embellished and fabricated illusion of happiness and accomplishment, a statement of arrogance, fake success, hypocrisy and monotony; a desert without oasis, where true humanism will never grow, and its soil will only continue to produce poverty, envy, loneliness and violence.
In the land of simplicity, flowers grow from rocks and sand, there is no need for a white picket fence.