From Trash to Treasure

 A story of creativity and inspiration.

This story speaks for itself. It is worth watching.

Raili Tanska

Steps for Peace 

Never underestimate the healing power of music.
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32 thoughts on “From Trash to Treasure

  1. How wonderful that they’ve now won that well-earned award – not that that’s the most important thing. “People realise that we shouldn’t throw away trash easily. Well, we shouldn’t throw away people, either.”
    Have you read “Trash”, by Andy Mulligan? It’s a novel about a boy who lives on a garbage site, and survives by selling recyclable trash. It was my top read of 2016.

    1. Haven’t read it Jane. But when we were in Manila picking up Christopher our taxi driver for the whole stay lived on the garbage site with his family. We heard a lot about his life and family during the week.

      1. I feel inspired – I’m gonna gather up ma guns ‘n’ bitches. I’ll make the former into musical instruments, and the latter will play them 🙂
        What a great way to bring about world peace – recycle weaponry into music machines.

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