To explain a little bit title and picture itself here is definition of
* Flashback (psychology)
A flashback, or involuntary recurrent memory, is a psychological phenomenon in which an individual has a sudden, usually powerful, re-experiencing of a past experience or elements of a past experience. These experiences can be happy, sad, exciting, any emotion one can consider. The term is used particularly when the memory is recalled involuntarily, and/or when it is so intense that the person "relives" the experience, unable to fully recognize it as memory and not something that is happening in "real time"
Last week I took the tour through the Refugee Camp in the Heart of the City (put on by Médecins sans Frontières) in Waterloo. It was a very educational, moving and humbling experience.
Imagining we were people fleeing outbreaks of violence in a village in Western Darfur and arriving at a camp across the border in Chad (after hours of running under the hot sun, with few belongings or family members), our guide took us through the various stages of life in a refugee camp.
From the challenges of providing adequate shelter, food, water, medical care and protection, to the loss of livelihood and the uncertainties about the future, MSF staff effectively demonstrated just some of the many plights facing an estimated 42 million refugees and internally displaced people.
15 years ago I experienced something very similar.
This Chinese woman you see on my picture maybe experienced something similar too . All posted posters and whole the tour brought a lot of memories back !
"The moment always dictates in my work. What I feel, I do. This is the most important thing for me. Everybody can look, but they don't necessarily see. I never calculate or consider; I see a situation and I know that it's right, even if I have to go back to get the proper lighting."
~ Andre Kertesz
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