[Warning]: This blog post won’t solve all of life’s problems but might help guide you towards being happier today, tomorrow, and every day after that. [Confession]: I have a problem when it comes to TedxTalks. An addiction really. I have a tendency to cite every new TedxTalk that I watch as my all-time favorite. But [...] Read More
This is a story about beauty – the beauty of strength, of empowerment, of hope. It’s a story of not allowing your circumstances define where you will end up in life. It’s not about dwelling in your past, but of being free to create a future of positivity no matter what your story holds. But [...] Read More
When a shoulder injury shattered Pedro LaTorre’s dream of becoming a professional baseball player six years ago, it left him with an uncertainty he never saw coming. With doctors telling him he’d never play baseball again, he surely didn’t expect how life-changing the injury would truly be. After meeting a young man at a Starbucks who began [...] Read More
CNN iReport is always incredibly reliable at bringing those work-hour doses of raw humanity. One of this week’s features continues the trend of blatant emotion - it’s a touching story from Florida’s Sea Turtle Tri-Kids Triathlon. A young boy who was struggling to finish the race was picked up and helped to the finish line [...] Read More
Award-winning author and illustrator, Maurice Sendak, died Tuesday at the age of 83. He leaves behind a legacy of broken rules in literature, mythical places and inspiration that has always driven our creativity at Invisible Children. Sendak, author of “Where the Wild Things Are,” created with an authenticity to himself and his ideas making his [...] Read More
What do you get when you cross a camera, dancers, and a gigantic 59-foot-tall kaleidoscope? Answer: The Power of X. This amazing dance video was created for the TEDxSummit conference that was recently held in Qatar, and was created without any computer trickery. Everything you see in the video is what the camera captured through the [...] Read More
Indifference is not a beginning, it is an end. And, therefore, indifference is always a friend to the enemy, for it benefits the aggressor – never his victim. In 1944 Elie Wiesel, along with his family, was taken to Auschwitz extermination camp. Nearly all of his family was killed while held and brutalized by Nazis. [...] Read More
We are inspired by Wes Anderson. And Bill Murray and Jason Schwartzman. Not to mention Tilda Swinton and Edward Norton. We like Bruce Willis too. Introducing Moonrise Kingdom.