Thursday, April 19, 2007
Die Empty

Chase and Chris Heavener invited a group of their friends to travel to Ethiopia with them to get involved in a rural school that they are sponsoring (did I mention they're all in their mid-20s). As they drove up to the school, the students lined up to greet them with Ethiopian and American flags and big, bold signs. This one caught my attention.

Our theory about its meaning is that it's a cure for the He who dies with the most toys wins disease. Whatever its original intent, the phrase makes you think, doesn't it.

Click here to see more photos from the trip.


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