RIA
Jun 9, 2017

It's YOUR Turn!

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Edited: Jun 23, 2017

Ok, we want to see your selfies! Tell us what you are Resilient for and talk about it!

Let's empower one another! Let's build each other up! We each have a story, a unique perspective. So, let's honour that!

Take a selfie or have a friend take your photo. Write on whatever material you like!

Post it on Social Media, share it, tweet it, blog about it.

Don't forget to use the hashtag #iAmResilience and don't forget to tag us!

 

The Goal:

...to bring our World together, little by little, on a community level everywhere and anywhere!

 

What's the "call-to-action?"

 

We often forget that each person is an Individual. We often forget that we each have the same important elements that keep us alive (a heart, veins that carry blood, a brain that allows us to think, move, eat, to just simply be!). In forgetting, we lower our standards of respect for one another. In lowering our standards, we let go of our sense of control. And in doing that? We easily and comfortably turn to violence. We end up hurting one another more than we realize, and sometimes we end up doing so on purpose.

 

SO! The call-to-action is to simply R E S P E C T one another through sharing our stories and remembering that each of us matters. It doesn't cost money, you're not required to give anything up other than our decensitized thinking. Let's Come Together. We Can Do This!

 

What are YOU resilient for? #iAmResilience

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