Madonna’s video message: Discovering my destiny

Posted by Sylar On Wednesday, October 28, 2009

My life has been changed. I must share my story with you.

It all began seven years ago when I learned of a small country in Africa called Malawi. Over one million children in this country have been orphaned by AIDS and extreme poverty. Children have been left raising children. Learn more by watching the video message I created for you and discover my interest and concern for Malawi:



The moment I realized the impact I could have on these children, my life was transformed. With the smallest actions, I have witnessed enormous change -- and I'd like to give you the opportunity to help others in need and experience the same kind of fulfilment.


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8 Responses to "Madonna’s video message: Discovering my destiny"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Let's try to make this a trending topic on twitter and tweet #RaisingMalawi and a link to the donation page!


  2. Anonymous Said,

    Im so glad to know that the person i admire the most is so generous


  3. AJ Said,

    Madonna is the Queen, not just of Pop Music, but also Queen of Love, Generosity, Sincerity.
    God Bless you Madonna.


  4. Christian Said,


    Get into it everyone. :)


  5. Anonymous Said,

    what strikes me the most about this woman is how articulate she is.. i mean i couldnt imagine britney spears speaking so well. LOL.

    and also the fact that she doesnt care whatsoever. i mean theres plenty of people out there that have called all this malawi thing a sham but she just goes on and puts her face on tv to help those kids. she must be truly and sincerely commited to the cause.
    anybody in her place would have given up long time ago after the harsh criticism.


  6. Anonymous Said,

    I have been donating for the past year and a half. Whether it be $1,000 or $10. Every bit counts.

    Not only do I, but I have also gotten my children involved..and each of them, at the end of the month, take half of their allowance and donate to RM.

    I applaud her. May our Creator keep on shining his positive light upon Madonna, And Madonna taking that positive light, and sharing it with the people of Malawi. She is truly blessed.

    Long Live Our Queen!!!!


  7. Anonymous Said,

    This incredible mess is our own God damn fault. We have become a nation of blithering idiot celebrity-junkie credit card morons. We don't support our local economies well enough. We hardly support small business anymore. We don't supply our troops well enough. Support for legitimate charity is way down. The people of this country won't even get out of credit card debt for their own fucking good or the good of their families. They absolutely will not do the things necessary to revive our own economy or ensure some reasonable level of shared prosperity. But when another filthy-disgusting-rich over-paid celebrity pig in a $500 cowboy hat comes out of retirement because he wants to get even richer, the people of this country drop what they were doing and buy out his next 20 shows in 5 hours flat. Springsteen sells out. Miley sells out. U2 sells out. Madonna sells out. Timberlake sells out. Every seat. Every time. Last year, we spent $400,000,000 on a single fucking movie just to see a guy in a bat suit beat up a dead celebrity. In the last 5 years, we have handed over ANOTHER billion dollars of our money to a single God damned false heroe talk show host lying manipulating hypocrite pig. Everytime a celebrity farts in this country, the people are right there to pay for a whiff and charge it to their credit card. We fall for the most obvious big business, big celebrity, big profit, fake humanitarian, PR crap the world has ever seen and open our wallets every single time. We do all of this without the slightest regard for the OBSCENE concentration of wealth, the shrinking middle class, or the effect had on economic stability. God damn fucking blithering idiot morons. If we are going to be this fucking stupid as a society, then we deserve whatever we get for it. and we ain't seen nothing yet. These shallow signs of recovery absolutely will not last. Maybe another 2 years max. Then, we will gradually sink right back into the worst depression this country has even seen. We are on borrowed (printed) time already. The people should use this brief window of opportunity to get out of debt and into some type of home they can afford to call their own. Something they can leave for their children. Instead, they spend whatever they have left on those filthy disgusting rich pigs who already have way too much. Concentrating the wealth even further. They may as well take food right out of the mouths of their own children. Because they will struggle, fight, live, and die in a shattered society with a shattered economy. God damn fucking blithering idiot morons. It didn't have to be this way.

    By the way the charity 'Raising Malawi" founded by Madonna AND TWO OTHERS held fund raisers for over two years before getting registered as a non-profit. She also pleaded with her fans for donations along the way. To date, the basic financial info still isn't posted on the website or anywhere else. Her fans have no clue about efficiency and nothing to go on but the word of Madonna. Neither do I. But I can tell you this: 'Rasing Malawi' still hasn't been given any kind of rating by ANY independent charity watchdog like The vast overwhelming majority of 'celebrity' foundations never are. In general, they are inneficient and riddled with corruption. Like the promotion of CDs, world tours, commercial websites, entire lines of jewelry (not just the single piece from which proceeds are donated), and high end fashion retail flagship stores. Celebrity foundations are also notorious for squandering some of their funding on travel and super high end accomodations for their celebrity figure heads. In general, they are a twisted inefficient mutant of charity and PR crap. So if its not rated, then don't support it. Instead, support a top rated charity like those given high ratings at


  8. Anonymous Said,

    This video is best proof of HOW Madonna really grew up and that she actually acts like a 50 yr old when it comes to being serious about "life".


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