... and it's little treasures along the way
Monday, December 5, 2011
This is what it's all about. reaching out to someone. Knowing you're
not alone is what makes ALL the difference. We all have a
million reasons to be here, we just don't know it yet.
Jonah Mowry: this is his story, and how he reached out to many...
And he got a million hugs back... and so much more
Jonah Mowry, we've all got your back. I've got your back
Friday, December 2, 2011
...and what it means. I couldn't fit in a photo shoot for this day, but I wanted
to post about this, as this day is about awareness of this virus and the
dangers, and consequences are of the disease.
Found this photo on google search, found it striking and beautiful, simplistic
in it's meaning.
The following information was subtracted from wikipedia.
The red ribbon, as an awareness ribbon colored red, has several different meanings in different contexts. Foremost, it is the symbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS awareness originThe Red Ribbon Project was created by the New York-based Visual AIDS Artists Caucus in 1991.:
- Remain anonymous as individuals and to credit the Visual AIDS Artists Caucus as a whole in the creation of the Red Ribbon Project, and not to list any individual as the creator of the Red Ribbon Project;
- Keep the image copyright free, so that no individual or organization would profit from the use of the red ribbon;
- The Red Ribbon should be used as a consciousness raising symbol, not as a commercial or trademark tool.