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L'importance de faire ce qui nous passionne dans la vie, la clé du #succès. http://gagnersaviedivinement.com

L'importance de faire ce qui nous passionne dans la vie, la clé du #succès. http://gagnersaviedivinement.com

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Bases de communication thérapeutique. Dr Jérôme Schweitzer au Congrès Hypnose et Douleur 2016

Bases de communication thérapeutique. Dr Jérôme Schweitzer au Congrès Hypnose et Douleur 2016

W. Eugene Smith, Dr. Albert Schweitzer, 1954,  Center for Creative Photography, University of  Arizona, Tucson. 11/78, ©1978 John Loengard

W. Eugene Smith, Dr. Albert Schweitzer, 1954, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson. 11/78, ©1978 John Loengard

All sizes | Dr. Schweitzer's Curreare Tribus | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Dr. Schweitzer's Curreare Tribus | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Dr Schweitzer’s discovery flies in the face of the confident ages of the fossils in countless museums across the world. Her discovery calls into question the ‘deep time’ that the theory of evolution requires.

Dr Schweitzer’s discovery flies in the face of the confident ages of the fossils in countless museums across the world. Her discovery calls into question the ‘deep time’ that the theory of evolution requires.

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Dr. Schweitzer's Last Mission | fahlstrom.com

Dr. Schweitzer's Last Mission | fahlstrom.com

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albert schweitzer

albert schweitzer

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FRENCH GABON. (Now known as Gabon). Lambarene. Dr Albert Schweitzer. The waterfront of Dr. Schweitzer’s hospital on the Ogowe river, four miles from Lambarene. Most patients arrive by dug-out canoe. 1951

FRENCH GABON. (Now known as Gabon). Lambarene. Dr Albert Schweitzer. The waterfront of Dr. Schweitzer’s hospital on the Ogowe river, four miles from Lambarene. Most patients arrive by dug-out canoe. 1951

Robert Shnayerson, the matchless editor, wrote me, “I confess that a fascination with impermanence—the world's torrential changes—has given me a respect for photography as an art of freezing instants that can never be exactly repeated. Nothing else (even painting) quite matches the veracity and longevity of an honest photograph.”

Robert Shnayerson, the matchless editor, wrote me, “I confess that a fascination with impermanence—the world's torrential changes—has given me a respect for photography as an art of freezing instants that can never be exactly repeated. Nothing else (even painting) quite matches the veracity and longevity of an honest photograph.”

Docteur Albert Schweitzer 1875-1965 - Timbre de 1975

Docteur Albert Schweitzer 1875-1965 - Timbre de 1975

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