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An Angel’s Work Is Never Done

Photo taken by contributor Kyle Anderson, a man from Saskatchewan, Canada. Kyle is a 41-year-old health care professional who has battled depression and addiction for most of his life. He escapes by letting the camera become his mind’s eye, and hopes that each photo he takes allows others to see the world as he sees it, even for a split second.

About this photo: “This photo, taken Easter morning, reminds us that there are always unseen forces working for us.. Even when we don’t feel it they are breaking their backs for us. After all, a heavenly being’s gotta keep busy…:)”


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11 comments on “An Angel’s Work Is Never Done

  1. Jonathan Caswell
    April 7, 2015

    Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford.


  2. kmanderson11
    April 8, 2015

    Reblogged this on K.M. Anderson.


  3. smittyrooks
    April 8, 2015

    This one’s my favorite


  4. nehal
    April 8, 2015

    very beautiful and inspiring thought, keep up the positive work :-]


  5. rockmom71
    April 8, 2015



  6. Dorina
    April 8, 2015

    I love this picture Kyle….so many don’t understand depression and addiction unless someone in the family or friends have gone through it…Congrats to you !!


  7. Robert Crisp
    April 8, 2015

    Reblogged this on Writing for Ghosts and commented:
    Absolutely beautiful.


  8. mtiernan73
    April 8, 2015

    This is so simple yet riveting!


  9. themonkseal
    April 11, 2015

    Reblogged this on themonkseal.


  10. prayerwarriorpsychicnot
    April 22, 2015

    Reblogged this on Citizens, not serfs.


  11. TheDisfigured
    April 22, 2015

    The grave always wins. Excellent photo.


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