Foreign Service Journal - June 2013 - page 114

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JUNE 2013
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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
LOCAL LENS
BY DEBI DEMETRION
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LAHORE, PAKISTAN
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little girl rests against the tiles of a pillar during play at the
Tomb of Jahangir, the Mughal emperor who ruled what is
now Pakistan from 1605 to 1627. Wherever I’ve served, I’ve
been fascinated with the children I’ve encountered. Their
innocence and love of life, even in poverty, are inspiring.
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Debi Demetrion is an Office Management Specialist in the Regional Secu-
rity Office of Consulate Lahore. She has served previously in Honduras and
Oman. Lahore is Ms. Demetrion’s last posting, as she will reach mandatory
retirement age in 2014. Wishing she had discovered this career earlier in her
life, she vows to use her remaining 15 months to travel the region, capturing
more of the youth of the world with her camera, a Sony a55.
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