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Friday, May 18, 2007


Do you think about hunger, poverty, AIDS? Do you think about justice and equality for everyone? Our world is becoming a smaller place every day. If you have the time, listen to Bono's speech at a prayer breakfast in Washington last year. I warn you, it's long -- almost 20 minutes. If you only have a few minutes listen for a moment starting at the 8 min 40 second mark. He's so articulate and accessible.

As you know by now I get updates from The ONE campaign. Yesterday the email was letting me know that a book, ON THE MOVE, that encompasses the highlights from Bono's speech is available. You can find the book to purchase here. You can take a look at the virtual book here.

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Blogger scooper said...

Thanks Rosie. I'm going to check out the virtual book right now.

10:48 AM PDT  
Blogger Jenster said...

I'm a member of ONE too. I think it's one of the best organizations there are.

I'm also a huge fan of Bono because of his heart and what he's chosen to do with his celebrity.

6:49 PM PDT  
Blogger Rosie said...

Scooper, you won't be sorry. It's pretty cool. I liked being able to go through it without having to buy.

Jen, I think Bono is pretty amazing. I also think that the success of the organizations and charities he's involved with are due to his motives and heart being genuine.

I also love that ONE is not about begging for money but political activism.

3:24 AM PDT  
Blogger Jenster said...

Rosie - As you probably know from my posts, I'm a pretty religious person. But I'm not a huge fan of "religious" charities because so many of them make that religion a requirement of the help. We do sponsor a child through World Vision and they are huge proponents of ONE. In fact we first heard of ONE through WV.

As for Bono - he's just one of the classiest acts around and has such a desire to simply help people. Any and all people. I love that about him.

5:24 PM PDT  
Blogger Rosie said...

Jen, my sister has adopted a child through World Vision as well. Since it's a subject I can warm up to, another reason I like Bono. He's married to his high school sweetheart and has four children. Almost an impossible feat in show business, let alone rock n' roll.

8:34 PM PDT  
Blogger Jenster said...

Maybe you and I should start our own little Bono Admiration Society. LOL

8:42 AM PDT  

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