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Ayzoh Magazine
A visual diary of Ayzoh’s journey across the full spectrum of human emotion
Note from the editor

Photo stories from our commun humanity / PS. Ayzoh — አይዞህ (m) አይዞሽ (f) (ayzoh/ayzosh) — is an Amharic word that, depending on the situation, can mean “it’s okay”, “it’s going to be okay”, “I hope you didn’t hurt yourself” or “don’t worry”, “don’t give up!”. Ethiopians use it to comfort others whether they’re hurting emotionally or physically. For most people it’s also a habit to say “ayzoh/ayzosh” before asking if you’re okay. — Storie fotografiche dalla nostra comune umanità / PS. Ayzoh — አይዞህ (m) አይዞሽ (f) (ayzoh/ayzosh) — è una parola amarica che, a seconda della situazione, può significare “va bene”, “andrà tutto bene”, “spero che non ti sia fatto male” o “non preoccuparti”, “forza!”, “coraggio”. Gli etiopi la usano per consolare gli altri se stanno soffrendo emotivamente o fisicamente. Per molte persone è anche normale dire “ayzoh/ayzosh” prima di chiederti se stai bene.

Editors
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Claudio Maria Lerario
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Dorin Mihai
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Writers
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Dorin Mihai
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Claudio Maria Lerario
Documentary photographer
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Elisa Amati
PHOTOGRAPHER
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Seble Wongel
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Muj Project
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