Lilee-Room to ReadDecember 1, 2012
I found this one day while browsing through the freshly pressed posts.
This is an excellent organization, and it made me think of a similar organization based in Montana, that doesn’t deal with reading alone, but builds schools in very remote, hard-to-reach areas of the world. It is called the Central Asia Institute
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I got another idea from this post also, something related to autistic advocacy, but it’s separate from this so I didn’t want to write it here. Also, the words haven’t come out for it either.
I will always think of 2007 as the year that changed my life. I was 25 years old, a two-time college drop-out, and in a mentally and emotionally controlling relationship. I partied a lot, barely saw my friends or my family and had completely lost focus of who I was and what I wanted to achieve in life. I went to work and I went home. I was lost in a spiral of depression I didn’t know how to climb out of, that is assuming, of course, that I could even figure out where to begin. I had completely lost sight of who I was and what I wanted from my life. The only time I ever felt any escape from the dark hole I had dug for myself was when I picked up a book and began to read. No matter what was going on in my life I…
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