The Significance in a Snapshot
It was 1998. I was in Central America.
This guy was under the care of some great folks at an orphanage. He was quite a character. And he seemed to enjoy my company.
That was nearly 22 years ago. But I still remember his sense of humor. He made me laugh. And the time I spent listening to him and laughing at his antics … mattered.
When it came time for me to leave after about a week there, he insisted that I take this picture. It was important to him. So of course, I gave my camera to someone and posed for the photo.
But it’s taken till now for me to see the significance of such a simple moment.
He knew he’d never see that photo. It wasn’t for him.
He wanted me to have it. So I wouldn’t forget him.
It’s been a long road since that day.
But I haven’t.
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