February 16, 2015
I couldn't stop thinking about how these words can be applied in my life, and how they would change my response to "hard things". Thinking about issues like poverty, human trafficking, child labor, forced prostitution, etc.; when I look into the eyes of someone who has been in one of those situations (whether this happens in heaven or on the street) I want to be able to say, "I cared, and, more importantly, I acted". There are so many ways to act. I am thankful that one of them doesn't require me to move to a foreign country or even leave my comfort zone. I can take action simply by using my purchasing power to shop beautifully and support organizations, like Sole Hope, that are doing good work. (You can find Sole Hopes products here and here). Asher isn't done inspiring us yet! She also answered a few questions for us about the history and future of Sole Hope:
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