i now live with 60+ incredible people in southern california. each day we learn about the programs involved with Invisible Children & prepare for life on the road. in 2 weeks two ugandans will join us in the office and on the road to share their stories involving the war.
its hard to describe exactly what i'm doing everyday. it includes tons of learning and tons of studying. being around tons of young people who are driven by the desire to live for something greater than themselves. each individual has their own story of realization that we can give back and inspire others to go after the dreams in their hearts. not only do they desire to live for something greater, they also have already experienced amazing things. traveling to other continents, lobbying for the IC bill to pass, sleeping outside the Oklahoma goverment building, teaching in other countries - I am no doubt around some of the most epic & determined individuals i've ever met. theres no doubt in my mind that i'm around future world changers.
i can only thank God for giving me this opportunity. i am determined to work as hard as i can. i'll continue to update you on my life.
i love you all.
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Surprise cannot articulate my feelings right now. One moment can change your life completely & that moment happened to me last night at 845pm. As of now, I am a Roadie for Invisible Children. This time tomorrow, I'll be in San Diego, California to do what might be one of the most significant moments in my life and in the lives of people in Uganda. Lets end this war.