The quiet roar

It was the children who inspired me to start Liberian ME. These little heroes who curiously and enthusiastically helped me wherever I was made me realize that if we do not invest in children there is no future. my country Liberia has gone through a lot. 14 years of civil war and now ebola. each time it is the children who suffer. losing parents. forced to grow up too soon. I got the chance to grow up in Europe, experience the well-being and not worry over access to clean water or food. Things that we in the West take for granted but for many in the world are the major concern. It’s not ok. I have not the solution to the world’s poverty problems but I can not stand idly by when children suffer. I’m not doing this because I have to. I do this cause my heart do not give me any other choice than to at least try to do something.I start with with the little heroes

Any help appriciated

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“My own heroes are the dreamers, those men and women who tried to make the world a better place than when they found it, whether in small ways or great ones. Some succeeded, some failed, most had mixed results… but it is the effort that’s heroic, as I see it. Win or lose, I admire those who fight the good fight.”
― George R.R. Martin

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11 thoughts on “The quiet roar

  1. I’m the kind of person who has learned not to focus too much on when the destination is reached, but to maintain the faith that I’ll get there when LIFE wishes it…

    An exhibition? Tell m more! That could be something special…

  2. I belive that your the kind of person who always Will reach your destination ❤ . think we should plan a joint exhibition For late next year . Will email u about it .Bless

  3. Good. Glad you got it and I can send good energy your way when you need it! Look forward to hearing more from you… As for me, yes, things are moving forward. I feel like there’s not enough hours in the day! These days the biking is really helping me keep focused and strong.

    Keep doing your thing, brother. All will turn out as it should….

  4. Thank you 🙂 ,really thank you .. It Fuels My motivation ❤ .. Yes , read it many Times .. Reply Will follow .. Hope Everything is moving on your end .. Good people attracts good things that sparks creativity that comes out of love and passion abd Thats What matters most 🙂

  5. Powerful, real, heartfelt. Hang in there, my friend. Keep believing the situation in Liberia will change for the better and LIFE will find a way to bring you the solutions… You are doing extraordinary work. I believe in YOU.

  6. Reblogged this on Obzervashunal and commented:
    I’ve been getting to know Simon of ‘Liberian Me’. I have great respect for what he’s doing and that he keeps his head up through so many challenges in life. I hope many people will find you, my friend. I hope many will come to this post and realize your words are true: without children there is no future.

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