Why Knowing Who You Are is Essential to Finding Your Best Role as a World Changer

The second stage to becoming an ordinary world changer is “define,” a stage all about knowing who you are. Just as knowing what we are passionate about is an element in discovering our calling, pin-pointing our personality types can also play a vital function in discovering our best roles as a world changers.   (Don’t…

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Why Willie Kimani’s Murder Calls Us To Be Ninjas of Light (An Insider’s Perspective on IJM)

  Thick darkness only exists in the absence of all light. In the same way, injustice only oppresses humanity because safety, security, fairness and all right things have been trampled.    As noted earlier this week, in A Voice Cries, there is a lot of hurt, hate and injustice happening in our country right now. Darkness is…

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A Voice Cries (Poem): How World Changers Can React to Current Events in the USA

How should world changers react to current events in the USA? This is the way one world changer did, through the poem–A Voice Cries. My friend feels a lot of the same tension and pain that many of us do, especially in the wake of the deaths of two men killed by police, which then motivated…

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Why Should We Seek Justice? International Justice Mission’s Model

I’ve mentioned International Justice Mission (IJM) many times, especially while fundraising for them through the annual Little Black Dress Project.  But while writing something else for you it hit me that I probably have never actually dedicated a post to why seeking justice in the first place is even something we should consider as world changers. Considering, I thought I’d briefly…

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