Waking up everyday to your comfort zone is a privilege. Thank God for your leaking roof or your bowl of porridge because some kids don't have that. Be grateful for the nonsense your kids do because somewhere out there is a mother who lost her child and cannot come to terms with it. Be grateful that this length of poverty and suffering hasn't knocked upon your comfort zone.
All these pictures speak to Ricollin because he was once homeless. He was born dead and spent the first 6 months in the Intensive Care Unit. He didn’t have an easy life. He has seen poverty at its worse, but still sees the light at the end of the tunnel. He believes that creating these pieces will teach people that we should be grateful for the situations we are in because others have it worse. It also shows people about the war in other countries and how those who suffer most, as a consequence of it, end up being innocent civilians.