09 8 / 2012

invisible:

high road

During his life, Aaron made a point to leave a powerful and positive impression on each person he met. Once, after he received poor service from an impolite waitress, he left her a $50 tip. The high road was his favorite road.

After his death, Aaron’s family received his few possessions and a will containing specific instructions he wished for them to follow. Read more.

20 4 / 2012

(Source: invisible)

20 4 / 2012

invisible:

“I repeat for the last time: To understand me, you’ll have to swallow a world.”
Or, step outside on Saturday morning and see how things look. Then maybe you’ll understand.

invisible:

“I repeat for the last time: To understand me, you’ll have to swallow a world.”

Or, step outside on Saturday morning and see how things look. Then maybe you’ll understand.

20 4 / 2012

invisible:

Cover the Night: Serve your community while advocating.

invisible:

Cover the Night: Serve your community while advocating.

08 3 / 2012

invisible:

Thank you for reading this and doing further research about Invisible Children and Kony 2012. In response to this explosion of interest about the Kony 2012 film, there have been hundreds of thousands of comments in support of the arrest of Joseph Kony and the work of Invisible Children. However,…

07 3 / 2012

staypozitive:

Please reblog.

staypozitive:

Please reblog.

(via finnsodair)

07 3 / 2012

katieleung:

Make a difference. Please watch and reblog. #STOPKONY

02 3 / 2012

invisible:

Let the world know.

invisible:

Let the world know.

25 1 / 2012

(Source: invisible)

12 12 / 2011

invisible:

There are a few things you need to know about Timmy Harris:

+ He’s from New Zealand.
+ He’s worked for Invisible Children going on three years.
+ And he’s locking himself in a cell—inside our offices—and not getting out until Invisible Children Frontline reaches its fundraising goal of two…

I love this organization with all my heart and soul! Please help FREE TIMMY!