The photojournalist Gaël Turine spent two years documenting the socioeconomic repercussions of the wall separating India and Bangladesh. A look at the photos: http://nyr.kr/1drZ8Ly
Above: August 9, 2012. Birampu region, Bangladesh. A passenger is waiting on a train for his local contact to bring him Indian goods—clothes, toys, medicines, sunglasses, and spices. He will then sell them in another city. However, he must be very careful of the Border Guard Bangladesh (B.G.B.), whose members arrest traffickers.
Dressing up is like masturbation, I do it for myself and if it turns you on, that’s fine, but this is for me and you’re not invited.
Realize you can be happy this moment for no reason. Otherwise, you eternally depend on conditions for happiness. Unconscious of this moment, you remain a victim of circumstances.