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Life the most beautiful gift anyone can have To simply wake up each morning and breathe the air that keeps us alive is something glorious We cherish the lives of our loved ones as well as our own but what happens when a terror such as war threatens the substantial state of our existence Sorrow and despair are sure to come for no one wishes to mourn the death of a loved one Something that has been inevitable not only throughout the history of our nation but all nations as well How much longer will war be a threat to the greatest gift any human being can have which is life itselfOn Wednesday October 3rd 2012 Pulitzer Prize-winning AP photographer Manu Brabo captured a very powerful image of a Syrian man mourning the death of his son Such image depicts the reality of the effects that war has on humanity The photo is a close up shot of the Syrian man who is crouching down in grief with his dead son in his arms Spanish photographer Manu Brabo most likely captured this image to portray the devastating effects that war was having on the Syrian nation at the present time Solely focusing on the grief and sorrow that this Syrian man displayed due to the death of his loved one Story has it that the man was outside Dar El Shifa hospital in Aleppo Syria waiting for 40 minutes for a taxi to arrive in which Manu Brabo took a quick snapshot of the scene Surely it was a difficult scene to witness yet a very humane one as well just as Manu Brabo put it The pain the impotence and even still the strength and pride of that father are a good example of humanity for me Finally the boys uncles arrived at the scene in a car in which they all went home All except for the photographer who was left with
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