I don’t normally post twice in a day, but I think you’ll understand why I’ve made an exception. In order to hold back my “proud-momma” attitude, I think I’ll keep this post short and sweet. My daughter has always had a very tender heart for the school’s misfits. Her compassion has caused her pain on many occasions–caused her to be labeled, but even so, you’ll often see her approaching those kids no one else notices. Or perhaps the kids most everyone tries to avoid.
Coupled with her tender, compassionate heart is her desire for justice–her desire to see positive change. She often shares how frustrated she is when she sees others treat people unkindly–especially when the “snobs” are professing Christians. Well, last night after watching “To Save a Life,” she decided to do something about it. Here’s the first step she’s taking to try to initiate change. If you’ve got a teen, send them over.
It’s called: Uncool and Beautiful.