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Photo Commentary: Beauty In Chaos

A Burning Building

As Americans continue to ask questions as regards the incident that led to the death of an African American, George Floyd, resulting from the assault by a cop.

The Cop, Derek Chauvin, reportedly caused the death of the African-American, by kneeling on his neck for seven minutes after arresting him.

The death of Floyd has once again raised a lot of questions about racism, police brutality and disregard for human life in America.

This unfortunate incident has instigated reactions from the black community in the country. The city of Minneapolis is the worst hit by this reaction, a violent riot is currently been experienced there.

In the wake of the violence photo editor, Rohit Dhir released this well-captured photo of a burning low-cost house.

A Burning Building edited by Rohit Dhir
A burning building by https://twitter.com/profnighthawk


The image is significant for many reasons. Firstly it describes the reality of chaos and crisis presently being experience in every part of our world, particularly in the United State.

Despite the uncertainty and violence portrayed in this photo, we cannot but be awed by the beauty inherent in this chaos.

Our world is full of violence, challenges and issues that threaten our existence. it is however important to emphasis the beauty that are inherent in them.

Not taking the level of destruction for granted, however, since we cannot stop some of the unfortunate things from happening, it is important we appreciate and recognise the silva lining in the realities of our world.

This is where we begin to become sane.



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About Author

Joshua Oyenigbehin is an introvert who is passionate about Storytelling, writing, and teaching. He sees his imagination as an unsearchable world, more magical than a fairyland. He has written a novel and working on another

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