this is my brother two years ago. we were at the park, just me and him, and he turned to me and said “kayla, don’t you ever wish there were no bad people in the world?” i thought it to be a funny thing for a 5 year old to say, but shrugged it off. last year, he didnt come home from school, we thought that being only in grade prep, he might’ve decided to go home with his bestfriend without telling us, but he didn’t. the school confirmed they saw him get on his school bus after the bell rang. but thats all we knew, the bus driver said that he had gotten off a stop early, my mother was frantically searching the neighbourhood for him. we never found him. it’s been two years and we’re still looking for him, he was such a beautiful boy, and i cant help but think the worst. he could be anywhere in the world by now, so please, reblog this, no matter where you’re from, you could save a life. xx
if you dont reblog this i have no respect for you. help save a child’s life.
this literally breaks my heart
fuck kony, SEARCH FOR THIS LITTLE FELLA NOW,
oh my gosh, i got goosebumps and my eyes watered :( i can’t even imagine the sickning feeling of losing my 9 year old brother, let’s hope he is fine, he’s a beautiful boy <3
why must the world be so shit. i hope you come back, cutie x
I have to reblog this…I have a little sister.
reblog to save a little boys life. he has so much ahead of him and so much to learn and so much to grow. i hope he is okay and well and alive. praying for you and your family gorgeous
Michael’s ‘Dangerous Tour’ was the biggest tour any performer had done in history, breaking his own record from the preceding ‘Bad Tour’. The incredible staging took nearly 3 days to set up, and 20 trucks of equipment were shipped between countries on cargo planes, making headlines everywhere it went.
The ‘Dangerous Tour’ included 69 concerts reaching over 3.5 million fans. And, true to his message of spreading global love, he donated the profits from the entire tour to charity.
When have we ever truly stopped to think about this man and all he’s accomplished. Have we ever thanked him for pioneering the music that we enjoy today? Or in fact thank him for instilling hope, love, and peace for the generations to come? For saving millions of lives through his charity?
Or do simple biased news reports cancel all that out?
Rest in peace to an extraordinary performer, and a remarkable human being.