Nothing is really ‘safe’-Bam Margera

“There are no beautiful surfaces without a terrible depth” Friedrich Nietzsche

The photo is taken from the car door window while travelling and the image is blurred a bit.

In the image above, you can see a blank street name panel.

There can be many reasons for this, but a regular feature is a vandalism.

We come across these kinds of things in many parts of the world be underdeveloped or developed.

“Let me completely condemn these sickening scenes; scenes of looting, scenes of vandalism, scenes of thieving, scenes of people attacking police, of people even attacking firefighters.

This is criminality pure and simple and it has to be confronted”

David Cameron

In some parts of the world, doctors are subjected to physical harm and destruction of the hospital property if a patient dies, unfortunately.

During Corona Pandemic, doctors / paramedical staff were attacked while trying to administer vaccine.


Nothing is safe including anything.

No one is safe until everyone is safe.

Sadly, everybody is busy.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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3 thoughts on “Nothing is really ‘safe’-Bam Margera

  1. When I looked at the photo two things came to mind: one is that it is pointing at a tree, the second is that it was framing a little terrace where, seemingly in the midst of rather run-down looking chaos. They have a hanging plant and some seating with that lovely yellow striped umbrella.

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