Photographer's Note

The anniversary of Charles Darwin's death (April 19 1882)

Quite possibly, a man who had influenced the way we live today and our medicine, our philosophy of life, more than any revolutionist, or conqueror or, leader or, military strategist in the history of the world.
And, he did it without drowning the world in the ocean of blood and the mountains of rotting corpses in the name of..( fill the blank ) ?

Once we are able to establish our roots - we can look at ourselves differently, with more criticism than ever before. We've gained the base for our pride.
We, the thinking people of the world - we don't have to thank ANYONE for our existence.

Forget Jesus, dying on a cross.. Billions of stars and galaxies had to die in a never ending convulsions of the Universe - to give the life on a tiny, lost in space - speckle of dust, a.k.a. Blue Planet, we people call The Earth

We don't have to drop down flat on our faces and beg for forgiveness for never committed sins and, we don't have to beg for mercy on our kness in a total, degrading humiliation, to what will happen to us once we are gone. For, we are the children of the Universe. And, it will stay that way as long as the Universe will carry on.

For, we are the continuously evolving apes. We are taking the control over ourselves.

Move over Yahweh, Mohammad, Zeus, Mitras, Allah, Zen, Thor, Jesus, Ehecatl-Quetzalcoatl, Dionysus, Votan, Buddha, Ra, Shiva…

It's our time to have fun.

Blessing for all of you.

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