Most honorable of arts

 

"Water is the only drink for a wise man." ~Henry David Thoreau
The glory of the farmer is that, in the division of labors, it is his part to create. All trade rests at last on his primitive activity. He stands close to Nature; he obtains from the earth the bread and the meat. The food which was not, he causes to be. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Farmers at certain part of my country, Cambodia, are not doing so well, due to the lack of rain… RFA/Saut Sokprathna

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  1. Shriprakash Pandey

    October 18, 2014

    Mam ! Water is primary requirement for all living creatures. Farmers are in pain means the whole generation is not doing well

  2. Mujeeb Shah

    October 18, 2014

    Beautiful village pic, good night dear sweet dreams my cute friend Jendhamuni Sos 🌷

  3. MANJUNATH MH

    October 18, 2014

    A peasent's job is the most secred one as he feeds all of us by hard work..

  4. saeed uz zaman khan

    October 18, 2014

    Very very nice and beautiful picture and super scene I like it

  5. Raghav panday

    October 18, 2014

    It is raining here inTamilnadu I send you some rain to your country don't worry ,,,o .k. Hahaha ,,,Lua ,,,

  6. harmeet bahra

    October 18, 2014

    Buffalo ne duddu nai diya. main marungi buffalo ko. duddu nai deti mere Shona. Main duddu dindi ya baby nu.

  7. Carlos Bation

    October 18, 2014

    Very industrious..good luck..

  8. Dhiraj Pandey

    October 18, 2014

    Yes water is very important but human can't think about that

  9. Ruben Nors

    October 18, 2014

    I like your style 🙂


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