If you missed the earlier posts, see them here. In my role as a Technology Director (and more importantly as a father), I have come to realize that we have to engage the culture of the internet to turn it for good–64 Days of Love is my attempt to shine a bright light in what is an increasingly dark space.
On Day 15 I wanted to share another inspirational group of musicians who have influenced my love to a great degree. Previously I have shared about Jars of Clay, the Black Eyed Peas, and Cowboy Mouth so it should come as no surprise when I declare that music has always been the key to open up my heart and soul.
The band I want to celebrate today though goes beyond music. They have actually entered the fight for Love through support for a plan to eradicate global poverty, see the ONE campaign. Their lyrics of tolerance and love were not the end of their efforts to see the world changed. They used their fame to spread peace, love, and harmony with a goal to actually end poverty.
Of course, I am referring to the one and only legendary U2.
Pride (In the Name of Love)