What the World Eats - A photo essay showing what different families around the world would eat in a typical week.  This is the Ukita family of Kodaira City, Japan - Food Expense for one week $317 USD.  Favorite foods:  sashimi, fruit, cake, potato chips.

Hungry Planet: What The World Eats

What the world eats: Japan: The Ukita family of Kodaira City Food expenditure for one week: Yen or

Anne of Green Gables Quote - Women's Locket - It's not what the world holds for you. It's what you bring to it.

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What The World Looks Like To Donald Trump (Illustrated by Annie Erskine)

What The World Looks Like To Donald Trump (Illustrated by Annie Erskine)

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What the world needs is people who have come alive

fun illustration of this very true phrase: What the world needs are People Who Have Come Alive - Howard Thurman

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What the world’s most interesting man says is true. Buick Rivieras…

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Maria Scaros-Mercado shows a mask made by a woman in her domestic violence support group. The reflection at left represents what the victim shows the world, while the inside of the mask, right, represents what the victim is really going through. Photographed at the Women's Center of Greater Danbury on Thursday, May 3, 2012. Scaros-Mercado is a drama therapist and licensed creative arts therapist. Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times

Creative arts and support offer chance to break the silence

Maria Scaros-Mercado shows a mask made by a woman in her domestic violence support group. The reflection at left represents what the victim shows the world, while the inside of the mask, right, represents what the victim is really going through. Photographed at the Women's Center of Greater Danbury on Thursday, May 3, 2012. Scaros-Mercado is a drama therapist and licensed creative arts therapist. Photo: Jason Rearick / The News-Times

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HUNGRY WORLD: 26 photos from the book comparing the cost and quantity of a week's worth of food for families around the world.

Hungry Planet: What The World Eats

What the world eats. A look at what people eat from a variety of different cultures. Photographs by Peter Menzel from the book "Hungry Planet"

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