Serving the Poor
The Soles4Souls tagline is "wearing out poverty." I've been intrigued by it since the first time I heard it. To me, it acknowledges solving poverty isn't a drop and go proposition. It involves relentlessly showing up, lifting up, building up - it involves a passionate I believe you can do this and not the shallower I'm so sorry you're in this.
Do We All Have The Same Opportunities To Dream?
My wife is a photographer. I always say she takes pictures with a picture already in her head of what she wants to capture. Me - I pull the trigger on my camera with no earthly idea of what's about to be produced. I simply snap the shutter with hopes that if I snap it enough times, I'll capture something meaningful.
Over the last 4 articles, I've shared some of my thoughts about my trip to Honduras. I know those thoughts are incomplete. I've left stuff out maybe I should have included; more thoughts and reflections will undoubtedly hit me in the days and weeks ahead.
But as soon as possible after my trip, I wanted to capture my reflections. Definitely as a way of remembering, but more importantly, to help inform the life paths I choose going forward.