I have a habit of falling in love with souls who have yet to be at peace with their bodies, their minds, their weaknesses. I try to build them, to find the parts of them that are missing in me. I end up with holes in my chest.
In looking out upon the world, we forget that the world is looking at itself.
It’s easy to fall in love. The hard part is finding someone to catch you.
It’s the things we love most, that destroy us.
Cambodia is one of the most bombed countries in the history of mankind, and has the largest amputee population in the world.
That’s why Purple Buddha Project handcrafts jewelry made by upcycling weapons of conflict from Cambodia such as bullets, bombshells, and other miscellaneous accessories of war through fair-trade Cambodian Cooperatives to ethically support the livelihood of local Cambodian artisans.
The purchase of each jewelry piece also contributes to three pounds of rice to support cafeterias at schools in Cambodia sponsoring children from disadvantaged economic background to attend school free of cost. 🇰🇭
Transforming Negativity Into An Artistic Message of Peace