Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Invisible Children Inc.

I don't care what you think or what you say, because here's what I think is beautiful: something worth fighting for. Anything at all. Anything good. Whether it's a cure for breast cancer, the life of the printed word, education, AIDS awareness, organic foods, whatever. There is beauty in having a purpose.

So I don't care if you nit-pick. I'm sure you'll find something wrong with this if you look hard enough -- the Youtube viewers have a lot to say, that's for sure, but this? This is inspiring. It's something so worth fighting for, something so worth living for.

And there's that million dollar question, you know? Why am I here? I think why we're here is left up to us. And I think we're here to fight for something, because things don't always go as planned, because that's beauty. Beauty is fighting for something worth fighting for. So I know not everyone will agree with me, but I don't think that matters. This is what life is about, people. This is why we're here. To make a difference. Sure, sure, if God didn't want it, He wouldn't let it happen, but that isn't the way God works, my friends. So it's happening.

"The world we live in has new rules." The world we live in has new rules. The world we live in has new rules. The world we live in has new rules.

We live in the most developed, most wired, most intelligent society yet, and it's time we do something real. This is real, everybody. "When we heard about injustice, we cared, but we didn't know what to do. Too often, we did nothing. But if we're going to change that, we have to start somewhere. So we're starting here."

So why are you here? You tell me, yeah? You tell me.

Joseph Kony 2012. Make him famous.
All my love,

1 comment:

Cody said...

I love this. Thank you for showing me this.

I'm demanding justice.