Hi. I'm Aaron. I like being nice to people and doing nice things. If you like being nice to people and doing nice things, we should be friends....that would be awesome :)
I'm a committed Dad, a Christian, a writer, artist, business owner, and a philosopher....In the end, I am whatever you want to call me...fact remains, I am just me.
I invest in people and I care about helping others.
I am an open advocate against abuse and bullying... and for children's rights.
I try speak up for those who can't speak for themselves...and offer encouragement for people to put themselves out there and make their own impact in this world.
On a professional note:
I own and started the world's first socially driven car dealership and it's something very different....it's about you and fulfilling something deeper within you, in your car search; and, helping you save time, money, and tons of hassles...it's the easiest and funnest way to buy a car ever...It's called Motorphilia.
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- Baylor UniversityPhilosophy / Religion / Latin, 1995 - 2000
- Buzz (current)
At 2 1/4 years old...Funny enough, it's me, not my son who spills things and makes the most messes...and today is not an exception:
We're watching a movie, eating cheese crackers, and I set the bag down in a way that it falls over and spills crackers everywhere.
I pause the movie and say to the little guy, "I better clean this up."
He says, "I'll help!"
So we go to the broom closet and I grab a broom.
He exclaims, "A BROOM!!!" and snatches it from me...attacking the pile of crackers with the fervor of a hockey player going after a puck...and he proceeded to spread crackers all over the room...exclaiming "I'm helping!!!"
I just had to laugh...and I offered to show him how to sweep...he said "No, I'll do it!!!"
And then started dragging crackers into another room...
I went the the closet and grabbed a larger dust mop and said, "Hey, buddy, here's a bigger broom. You want to use it over there (pointing to a spot, free of crackers)."
His eyes got huge, seeing the even larger implement...to his scale, this was roughly like me trying to sweep something using a Buick.
He dropped the hostage broom and went right for the dust mop...
I went ahead and grabbed a dust pan and started sweeping up the sprawl of crackers.
Seeing what I'm doing, after getting a small section swept into the pan...he came over and said, "I help."
So I gave him the pan and said, "Ok bud, the trash can is over there...can you dump this in it?"
He goes over, dumps the pan out...executed perfectly.
So I asked, "You want to help clean more of the crackers up?"
He nods...we go over...he instinctively stoops down and hold the dust pan, as I sweep the crackers in to it.
Then, without instruction, he picks it up and takes it to the trash can and dumps it right out.
He looks around and smiles and says, "I helped!"
"Yes, you did, buddy...I love you."
I was a camp counselor for boys between 8 and 13 years old, while I was in college...and I had a tendency for pushing the rules a little...and I remember getting the boys into an all-out pillow fight, before one of their bed times.
It was a good battle...the one where kids are getting knocked on their butts with down pillows.
Welp, one of the 13 year-olds hurled his pillow at me....I dodged...and it broke our cabin's window.
We promptly ended the pillow war...and moved into "oh crap" mode.
The kids were freaking out...and I just told them to stay cool...it's not a big deal.
The lead pastor, of the church I was attending at Baylor, was the head of this camp...and I called him over to show him what happened.
The boys were terrified of getting punished...
He came over and asked who broke the window...I explained that it was a total accident and that a pillow broke the window.
I never gave a name, but the kid who broke the window came forward...
The pastor looked upset and asked me to go outside to talk.
He said, "So what do you think we should do?"
I said, "Nothing, they were just having a pillow fight...I started it...and this kid wasn't trying to hurt anyone or anything."
He said, "Ok, play along..."
So he walked into the cabin, looking furious, and said to the kid who broke the window, "You're in deep trouble..."
The kid went pale...terrified of being sent home and what his parents would do to him...
The pastor went on to say, "You ended this pillow fight over a silly window?"
And he grabbed a pillow and started swinging at all the kids...
And the room erupted with children laughing and the battle went to a whole new level, until we were all exhausted.
After the kids passed out, we taped up the window with card board and called it a night.
Pastor Joesph Thiuru is pleading for assistant to buy food for poor children in his care. The children and elderly are in dire need of food, clothing, and fresh water. They are seeking health care items, Bibles, used clothing, and financial donations. They also seek to have fellowship with people of God. If you are not able to give support please share this information with your church or someone you may know who may contribute to this great noble worthy cause in helping the poor and needy. Please send a care package to:
Pastor Thiuru Joseph
Evangelism to all Mankind
P.O. Box 2245
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