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Eric Harr
Co-founder/CEO of The Laudato sì Challenge, Inspired by Pope Francis: addressing the crisis of forced displacement by empowering one million vulnerable families
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Eric Harr 13h
As we seek thoughtful and sustainable solutions to the humanitarian crisis of forced displacement, it’s important to understand the plight of these people—and the harsh realities of their situations. This is not an “us and them” issue. “There, but for the grace of God, go I.”
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Eric Harr 22h
This video opens our event every year in Vatican City. It sets the tone for what we hope to achieve with The Laudato si' Challenge. It is such a beautiful and timeless creation, crafted brilliantly and thoughtfully by my friends .
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Eric Harr Jul 17
Replying to @AMTetrick
Yes! That’s a perfect recap! Now, if we can roll all of this into an Alison Tetrick-hosted podcast, I think we have something! 😊🚴🏼‍♀️🔥
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Eric Harr Jul 17
You are a stellar ambassador for this, Ali. You consistently bring "The Velvet Hammer of Equity" down on the group rides. 👊🚴‍♀️🔥
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Eric Harr Jul 15
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Eric Harr Jul 15
Your humanity defines your influence -- not your titles, your money or your status. Helping others is the greatest currency there is.
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Eric Harr Jul 15
“In front of every great father is a truly magnificent daughter.”
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Eric Harr Jul 15
Replying to @ialhusseini @fullcycle
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Eric Harr Jul 15
I have known this man for three years. This kindhearted warrior; this dauntless, relentless advocate for our planet, this force of nature whose unshakable commitment to building a better world inspires us all to be fearless changemakers -- to do more and to be more every day.
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Eric Harr Jul 14
Replying to @stop
And I love the Airstream. Such an elegant move. To be expected from parents with arguably the best design sense in the world. 😊
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Eric Harr Jul 14
Congratulations. Liz. You got it to the finish line! I know how much work goes into that. This is an important and timely film. (Hey, , if you're in town, we're taking you to . They serve wine @ The Rafael! 🍷)
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Eric Harr Jul 14
Replying to @stop
You are living the dream, Doug. It is so inspiring to see parents give so much time and love and memorable experiences to their children.
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Eric Harr Jul 14
You will rarely criticized by someone doing more than you. You will be criticized by someone doing less. And, you will be lifted up by people doing more. Surround yourself with people doing more than you—and everything will change.
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Eric Harr Jul 14
Women sing during mass in the Doro refugee camp, South Sudan. I believe that empowering women and girls can unlock the greatest good our world has ever seen. We must identify and deploy proven, innovative and scalable solutions to protect and empower women and girls everywhere.
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Eric Harr Jul 13
Eww...and aww!
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Eric Harr Jul 13
That’s high praise, Your Highness. Thank you! It is an honor to serve royalty. (And, did you hear that, ? “A pure exhibition of acceptance and sacrifice.”)
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Eric Harr Jul 13
why, thank you. At least someone noticed. It’s nice to be recognized and appreciated for the hard work. That level of glisten doesn’t come easy. It requires a precise ratio of essential oils and authentic sweat.
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Eric Harr Jul 13
Of the many memorable moments over the years on the , digging deep, at the base of the Olema climb, to appeal to ’ sense of grace and humility, ranks as one of the all-time best.
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Eric Harr Jul 13
The true greatness of a nation is revealed in how it treats the most vulnerable. In this respect, Turkey stands as a shining beacon of humanity.
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Eric Harr Jul 13
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