Missing someone isn’t about how long it has been since you have seen them or the amount of time since you’ve talked. It’s about that very moment when you’re doing something and you wish that they were right there with you
In 1946, a German prisoner of war returned to his home city of Frankfurt. Years of battle was behind him, not to mention being held captive by the enemy. Yet, as this picture from the photographer Tony Vaccarro shows, years of war and confinement would only ever pale in comparison to the pain he felt that day when discovering that his wife and children, people who had no doubt gave him hope of a brighter tomorrow, had all perished.