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    59 Jim Mandelin A life worth dying for. #isharehope

    Jim Mandelin Website Facebook Twitter A Life Worth Dying For Jim Mandelin was born in rural Alberta to a violent, alcoholic, Klu Klux Klan father and a teenage runaway, homeless kid who became Jim’s mother. His grandmother insisted on caring for him and he was taken from his parents to be raised on her farm from infancy until fifteen years of age. Jim never saw his mother again until adulthood. …Read More

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    53 James Costello – Taking a break from hope – #isharehope

    James Costello Facebook Twitter Blow the Whistle James Costello has been trained in Improvisational Theatre in New York City, as well as traditional theatre at Lee Strasberg NY. He is also a Director, Producer, Choreographer, Social Media guru, Publicist, Set and Lighting Designer and fluent in French, Afrikaans and, naturally, English! James aims to provide a LIVE, uncensored, thoroughly transpa…Read More

  3. Mr-Pasikari-I-Share-Hope

    44 Mr. Pasikari – 2 Wars. 1 Hope. – #isharehope

    Mr. Pasikari “Hope and faith work together. Great faith can give you great things and show you big things. Being a Christian is the very best thing anybody could have even though people don’t see that. For us, it’s a very big deal and that’s why we’re here today. After all those stories, we are still rejoicing and happy because we have Jesus.” –Mr. Pasikari Born in Bururi, Burundi, M…Read More

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    41 Mrs. Pasikari – 4 Countries. 1 Hope. – #isharehope

    Mrs. Pasikari “The first step to hope is believing. If you are in trouble and it goes away, it’s not because you are powerful or anything, it’s because God can see. With your hope, God changed something in your life. There are some strong people and people who are very rich and who are in trouble, but they cannot do anything about it because they have no hope. They don’t know what is belie…Read More

  5. Michael-Broussard-I-Share-Hope

    38: Michael Broussard – Ask a sex abuse survivor about hope – #isharehope

    Michael Broussard Facebook Twitter Website “There was a time in my life where I looked up and I did not see white or hope at all. I didn’t feel like things would ever change and for me hope has become defined as the understanding that things can and will change and you, as an individual, have control over what direction that change takes and have control over seeing hope. It’s a point of vie…Read More

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    25: Sean Swarner – Cancer, Everest, Ironman, South Pole, #hope – #isharehope

    Sean Swarner facebook twitter website 1 website 2 “Our body can live for roughly 30 days without food. The human condition can sustain itself for about three days without water, but no human being alive can live for more than 30 seconds without hope because without hope, what do we have left? Everybody has down days. Everybody has sad days. Everybody has frustration. Everybody has days where the…Read More

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    20: Adriano Dos-Santos – Never give up on #hope

    Adriano Dos-Santos twitter facebook instagram “She’s the fighter. She’s the warrior. She is everything for me. I remember when we were young, we would see her go out of her way to give us the best of what we could have. My father died when we were young so she raised me and my brother. She would do everything that she could to keep us happy and healthy and fed. She never lost hope. Even when…Read More

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    12: Amy Bodden Bowllan: From Mandela to Emmys to Breast Cancer to Hope: I Share Hope

    Amy Bowllan Twitter/CBowllan Twitter/CBowllan facebook pinterest blog “Even the smallest crayon leaves a mark.” — Amy Bodden Bowllan Educator, two-time Emmy Award recipient, wife and mother of two, Amy Bodden Bowllan is a true humanitarian whose imprint on our society will indirectly leave its mark for generations. Understanding that knowledge is power, Amy plays an active role in building …Read More

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    07: I Share Hope with Paul Truong

    Paul Truong Facebook Linkedin ‘I still believe in a place called Hope, a place called America.’ -Bill Clinton. "So, if you are lucky enough to be in this great country, make each day count. My dream is to inspire young people to reach for their dreams, whatever that may be. All they need to do is find their passion, set goals, consistently work to move toward that finish line, and make each d…Read More