Guys, just watch this.
You may not be the one who stops Kony. You may not be the one who saves the children. In reality, you most likely will not be. Reblogging a video does nothing for the children. Knowing who this guy is will do nothing to stop him. In all probability, if this guy is stopped, another man just like him will likely rise up and replace him.
What if you share this and someone that can make difference watches this? What if you tell someone about Kony and they tell someone and they tell someone and then they tell someone who has influence? I agree that thinking that making this guy known will ultimately stop him may be far fetched and silly… but what if it isn’t?
I’ve thought about this… and though I might not make an ounce of difference, where is the harm in trying? There’s a 99.999999& chance that this will do nothing. But, the thing I’m trying to say is… what if it does? Don’t be cynical of a movement just because it’s popular and has an emotional video with Mumford & Sons songs and wanna be hipsters. See what it could be… not what people are making it.
Reblog this video… just on the small off chance that it does make a difference. Neither you nor I will know unless we do it.
THE GREAT BIKINI DEBATE
We’re not talking this
and we’re definitely not talking this
If you are indeed a Christian (meaning, a follower of Christ who set boundaries in place), the thoughts you put into a man’s head should matter to you.
Consider your company. If you’re absolutely certain that it’s just you and the girls at a private pool and there won’t be pictures uploaded to facebook, then expose as much skin as you’d like. But visually, this is hard on men, and we are supposed to encourage them in right thinking, not in eye-raping (however intentional or unintentional it may be).