Glad you're home. Wish you were leaving tomorrow for another journey. The future holds many more journeys of a lifetime. The destinations will be to places you've never imagined, to people you'll never see again, and after each one you will have been changed. You are spreading the "virus of hope." There is no cure for hope. There is no antidote for hope. There is only the continued contamination of the world that will spread from you, to those who hear you, to those who here them. In time the "virus of hope" will become a pandemic around the world. Keep a suitcase packed because you'll never know when God will send you on another massive journey of hope to infect the world. Thanks to Ron Ekstrand and all the people at TouchPoint. Ron, especially, saw something in you that was special. God bless you. This really is just the beginning.
I wanted to comment, but I have no idea what to add to that amazing speech from Jim... Every journey must come to an end, so that we can start new ones. Take your time to rest and I'm sure new journeys will soon be on your way.
What an amazing job Aaron and Rob have done in a short period of time, making an incredible impact on hundreds of people across the nation. You've changed so many lives for the better through your tenacious efforts. Welcome home!
Hi! My son is 15 years old and we finally realized last year that he has Asperger's. It's so bittersweet to have the diagnosis. We finally know what we're dealing with and that he's really not so "different" he is actually extraordinary. I've been following your blog but this is the first video I've seen of you and I want you say you give me such hope for my son. I know he has so much to offer this world, it's just up to us to show it! Keep up the great work!! Thank you. :o)