If you follow my work in Rwanda you know I don’t use dramatic pictures to get your pity. I believe we must all work from strength and our highest and best selves. I do not believe that pity serves or has long term effects which leave lasting change. http://itafari.org

This picture shown is from Mia Farrow’s website and she asks us all to use her photos. http://MiaFarrow.org

When I see the poorest children in Rwanda, they remind me that I must act, not react. This child in Darfur, more than likely dead as you read this, never asked for conflict, never asked to be hungry and never asked to be born. Our duty as citizens of this world is to do what we can, where we are, with what we have, in the time we have left.

One of the best sites to read more about this work and get tools to be seen and heard by the heads of government is http://savedarfur.org

The genocide must stop and our collective voices can change the fate of a child.

If you are interested in publically participating in the fast, go to: http://fastdarfur.org

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Since 2003, I have leveraged my 40-year business career and life experience into a role as an executive coach and international speaker, author and columnist. Practicing what I preach, I have been my own agent of change during my career. It has sparked in me a passion for helping others change as well. In fact, I’ve committed my life to it.

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