A crash course in changing the world.
As I grow older I can practically see the wh*** and health foods dissapearing, like some kind of sick magicians act, right before my eyes. As the years go by, I see less and less good food - or more expensive bad quality good food - and more fast food. While the poverty continues, the more people need to get this cheap junk, and the more they need medical help. Obese children, more diabeties, and worse health; simply because we continue to make the fast food, fast acting. This seems to be…Continue
Posted on March 22, 2010 at 3:30pm
Where will you be living in 2020?
I can see myself being furthur north in 10 years. I love the snow, so Florida is a hard place for me to live. I can see myself in my old hometown of Virgina.
What will you do with your days?
I will mostly be working, I'm not the best at throwing my ideas out there, but I do use some of my stories to show my idealistics of a perfect world or realationship or whatever.
How are you changing the world on a daily basis?
Posted on March 12, 2010 at 11:30am
I've chosen Greg Mortenson as my hero.
Greg Mortenson is responsible for building schools in Pakistan and Afganistan, this allows children to have an education and gives then the intetalect and ability to care for themselves and those they love. With others donations, he was able to build school after school to better every child's life. One penny can get one kid a pencil, that's a step in the right derection. With the help of many different schools and donaters, he has been able to…Continue
Posted on March 12, 2010 at 11:00am — 2 Comments
For the first misson you must pick your favorite of the 33 secrets to social intervantions, then write what you think of it. This was my favorite:
"If somebody already invented it, you don’t have to"
It made me stop and think, and although I liked the one about thinking like a kid, this one really stuck with me. My mind just flashed to all the usless products everyone is coming out with now. Take the Ipad, Itouch, Iphone, Ipod for example. There are already so…Continue
Posted on March 8, 2010 at 10:00am