I’m going to run some non-education related stuff cause that’s what I normally do. This is a cover I did for a campus multi-faith magazine back in Montreal, for McGill Chaplaincy. Here is the caption:
“This is a photo of a man who lost both his infant children in the Tsunami. In the original photo he is visiting one of their graves and decorating it with small white bits of something. Here those decorations are replaced with the symbols of Sri Lanka’s main religions – Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, and Hinduism. In times of death and dying people ran to temples, mosques, and churches – and those places took them in. The photo is from www.sarvodaya.org, a Sri Lankan grassroots movement.”
This is a Photoshopped version of the one image that physically affected me the most. I think it was taken by Channa Ranasinghe.