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Pit Bulls In Floral Crowns: Would You Adopt A Pit Bull?

Pit Bulls In Floral Crowns: Would You Adopt A Pit Bull?

Here in the UK, pit bull terriers are completely banned, I’ve never even seen one in real life. Because of this I have always associated all pit bulls with this, and more importantly with danger. Around the world they have an incredibly bad reputation as being aggressive, ferocious and even frightening.

Sophie Gamand, a French photographer currently based in the USA, wants to change this perception of pit bulls the world seems to have. In her new series entitled ‘Flower Power, Pit Bulls Of The Revolution‘ Gamand features pit bulls from shelters around New York that are waiting to be adopted wearing flower crowns.

All proceeds from any prints bought will go straight to the shelters that home the dogs, but mostly Gamand wishes to change our views on these misunderstood creatures.

“An estimated 1,000,000 pit bulls are euthanized each year in America’s shelters. Victims of prejudices, uneducated laws and urban tales that associate them with ultra violence, they are probably the most misunderstood dogs. Pit bulls, like any terrier dogs, are strong and powerful animals. There is no denying that. But power dose not necessairly mean violence. Most pit bulls are peaceful and sweet love bugs. Their power is in their snuggles and unconditional love.”

– Sophie Gamand, on ‘Flower Power

Check out the adorable photos of pit bulls below and let us know of any experiences you’ve had with these sorts of dogs.

Athena

Athena

    Baby

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    Baby

      Cali

      Cali

        Erica

        Erica

          Fancy

          Fancy

            Jellybean

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            Jellybean

              Lucy

              Lucy

                Minnie

                Minnie

                  Regina

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                  Regina

                    Rex

                    Rex

                      Sweetheart

                      Sweetheart

                        Featured photo credit: Flower Power by Sophie Gamand via sophiegamand.com

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                        Last Updated on September 20, 2018

                        7 Powerful Questions To Find Out What You Want To Do With Your Life

                        7 Powerful Questions To Find Out What You Want To Do With Your Life

                        What do I want to do with my life? It’s a question all of us think about at one point or another.

                        For some, the answer comes easily. For others, it takes a lifetime to figure out.

                        It’s easy to just go through the motions and continue to do what’s comfortable and familiar. But for those of you who seek fulfillment, who want to do more, these questions will help you paint a clearer picture of what you want to do with your life.

                        1. What are the things I’m most passionate about?

                        The first step to living a more fulfilling life is to think about the things that you’re passionate about.

                        What do you love? What fulfills you? What “work” do you do that doesn’t feel like work? Maybe you enjoy writing, maybe you love working with animals or maybe you have a knack for photography.

                        The point is, figure out what you love doing, then do more of it.

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                        2. What are my greatest accomplishments in life so far?

                        Think about your past experiences and the things in your life you’re most proud of.

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                        Continue to do the things that have been most fulfilling for you.

                        3. If my life had absolutely no limits, what would I choose to have and what would I choose to do?

                        Here’s a cool exercise: Think about what you would do if you had no limits.

                        If you had all the money and time in the world, where would you go? What would you do? Who would you spend time with?

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                        These answers can help you figure out what you want to do with your life. It doesn’t mean you need millions of dollars to be happy though.

                        What it does mean is answering these questions will help you set goals to reach certain milestones and create a path toward happiness and fulfillment. Which leads to our next question …

                        4. What are my goals in life?

                        Goals are a necessary component to set you up for a happy future. So answer these questions:

                        Once you figure out the answers to each of these, you’ll have a much better idea of what you should do with your life.

                        5. Whom do I admire most in the world?

                        Following the path of successful people can set you up for success.

                        Think about the people you respect and admire most. What are their best qualities? Why do you respect them? What can you learn from them?

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                        Spend more time with happy, successful, optimistic people and you’ll become one of them.

                        6. What do I not like to do?

                        An important part of figuring out what you want to do with your life is honestly assessing what you don’t want to do.

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                        Great accomplishments never come easy. If you want to do great things with your life, you’re going to have to make a great effort. That will probably mean putting in more hours the average person, getting outside your comfort zone and learning as much as you can to achieve as much as you can.

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