I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they’re right, you believe lies so you eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together. – Marilyn Monroe

Engineer Vadim Turnov took this shot of snails seeming to watch water droplets falling. (Vadim Trunov / Media Drum)
Engineer Vadim Turnov took this shot of snails seeming to watch water droplets falling. (Vadim Trunov / Media Drum)
Penitents from 'Cristo de la Buena Muerte' or 'Good Dead Christ' brotherhood take part in a procession in Zamora, Spain. Hundreds of processions take place throughout Spain during the Easter Holy Week.(Andres Kudacki / AP)
Penitents from ‘Cristo de la Buena Muerte’ or ‘Good Dead Christ’ brotherhood take part in a procession in Zamora, Spain. Hundreds of processions take place throughout Spain during the Easter Holy Week.(Andres Kudacki / AP)
An Iranian boy flies a kite during the ancient festival of Sizdeh Bedar at the Pardisan Park in Tehran, Iran. Iranians flocked to parks and wilderness on the 13th day of the Iranian new year to mark the festival, a legacy from pre-Islamic era. Sizdeh means 13 and Bedar means day out in Persian and it is believed unlucky to stay indoors on Sizdeh Bedar which means getting rid of number 13. (Vahid Salemi / AP)
An Iranian boy flies a kite during the ancient festival of Sizdeh Bedar at the Pardisan Park in Tehran, Iran. Iranians flocked to parks and wilderness on the 13th day of the Iranian new year to mark the festival, a legacy from pre-Islamic era. Sizdeh means 13 and Bedar means day out in Persian and it is believed unlucky to stay indoors on Sizdeh Bedar which means getting rid of number 13. (Vahid Salemi / AP)
Supporters with painted bodies sit on a vehicle as they celebrate outside the office of the All Progressives Congress (APC) party after president-elect Muhammadu Buhari won the presidential election, Abuja, Nigeria. (Akintunde Akinleye / Reuters)
Supporters with painted bodies sit on a vehicle as they celebrate outside the office of the All Progressives Congress (APC) party after president-elect Muhammadu Buhari won the presidential election, Abuja, Nigeria. (Akintunde Akinleye / Reuters)
Penitent Ruben Enaje, in his 29th year of crucifixion, grimaces as he is nailed on a wooden cross during a reenactment of the passion and death of Jesus Christ on Good Friday in Cutud, San Fernando Pampanga north of Manila. (Erik De Castro / REUTERS)
Penitent Ruben Enaje, in his 29th year of crucifixion, grimaces as he is nailed on a wooden cross during a reenactment of the passion and death of Jesus Christ on Good Friday in Cutud, San Fernando Pampanga north of Manila. (Erik De Castro / REUTERS)
Destruction in the Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus, Syria. About 2,000 people have been evacuated from the camp after Islamic State seized large parts of it. (STR / AFP/Getty Images)
Destruction in the Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus, Syria. About 2,000 people have been evacuated from the camp after Islamic State seized large parts of it. (STR / AFP/Getty Images)
The eye of Super Typhoon Maysak photographed by astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from the International Space Station. Residents in storm wrecked areas of Micronesia appealed for help as a clean up began on the worst affected islands after Super Typhoon Maysak swept through the region. (Samantha Cristoforetti / AFP / ESA / NASA)
The eye of Super Typhoon Maysak photographed by astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti from the International Space Station. Residents in storm wrecked areas of Micronesia appealed for help as a clean up began on the worst affected islands after Super Typhoon Maysak swept through the region. (Samantha Cristoforetti / AFP / ESA / NASA)
A woman and two children wear medical masks as they cross a street amid a sandstorm that engulfed the city of Dubai, UAE. (AFP via Getty Images)
A woman and two children wear medical masks as they cross a street amid a sandstorm that engulfed the city of Dubai, UAE. (AFP via Getty Images)
Red shoes have been spread over a square in Mexico City during a demonstration against the violence and disappearance of women in Mexico's capital. (Landov / Barcroft Media via Xinhua)
Red shoes have been spread over a square in Mexico City during a demonstration against the violence and disappearance of women in Mexico’s capital. (Landov / Barcroft Media via Xinhua)
People examine an art installation called 'Biografias' by Spanish artist Alicia Martin in Mons, Belgium. The city shares the title of European Capital of Culture 2015 with Pilsen in the Czech Republic. (JULIEN WARNAND / EPA)
People examine an art installation called ‘Biografias’ by Spanish artist Alicia Martin in Mons, Belgium. The city shares the title of European Capital of Culture 2015 with Pilsen in the Czech Republic. (JULIEN WARNAND / EPA)
Dressed in folk costumes in Holloko, Budapest, young men pour water on young women in a mountain north-east of Budapest. According to a several hundred years old tradition young men pour water on young women who in exchange present them with beautifully coloured eggs on Easter Monday. (Peter Komba / EPA)
Dressed in folk costumes in Holloko, Budapest, young men pour water on young women in a mountain north-east of Budapest. According to a several hundred years old tradition young men pour water on young women who in exchange present them with beautifully coloured eggs on Easter Monday. (Peter Komba / EPA)
Iranians celebrate after Iran and six world powers reached a preliminary nuclear agreement. (Ebrahim Noroozi / AP)
Iranians celebrate after Iran and six world powers reached a preliminary nuclear agreement. (Ebrahim Noroozi / AP)
A gruesome 16 hour attack on Garissa University in Kenya has just ended. The four attackers from Al-Shabab have been killed. In the wake of this day of terror, 167 students are dead and 79 are injured, most killed students are non-muslims. (stringer)
A gruesome 16 hour attack on Garissa University in Kenya has just ended. The four attackers from Al-Shabab have been killed. In the wake of this day of terror, 167 students are dead and 79 are injured, most killed students are non-muslims. (stringer)
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