One Race takes on Pride 2017 St.Louis! We had a great time out there today, got to meet so many wonderful people. Love will win! That's what we believe at One Race. We all deserve the right to love who we want to love. Some people don't get it yet, but we do! ️ #pride2017
A super cool piece from yesterday's #socialchangesaturday prompt by @danilettering. Check out her other lettering, as well as some other posts in this #letteringforchange challenge. Leave some likes and comments to encourage this community of positivity!
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“This used to be a coca-producing area. Nobody was interested in coffee back then. There was a guy who came up here -- he was from the Ministry of Agriculture. He told me he was going to plant these small little plants called coffee. He went and chopped down all of the trees on his plot of land, and began to plant. They began to shoot up out of the ground like magic! Those first plants produced so much coffee, they were beautiful.”⠀
What are you grateful for?
I'm grateful for my family and the ability to control my own mind.
Let us be grateful for everything we have -
Family, friends, our health, our ability to move and think for ourselves, a roof over our heads, the very breath we take as we read this. Let us be grateful for the small things. The greatest prayer we can say is "Thank you."
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This is Daniel. 12 years ago he had a major accident in which fell from the top of a building and broke his neck. Although he was fortunate enough to survive the fall, he now spends his days confined to this bed. We often visit him and encourage him in his fight for life. Although he manages to smile when he sees us, it still breaks our hearts to see him trapped and unable to move. By his bed is a small window through which he can see the sky and hear the sea. We are working on getting Daniel a chair so we take him out to see the ocean. How blessed we are to have the freedom of movement.