I inadvertently stumbled on to this the other day while listening to Hans Zimmer on YouTube. The more I looked into this speech, the more fascinated I became with the film and the circumstances around it, take this from IMDB, Gallup polls revealed that 96% of Americans opposed U.S. involvement in the war in Europe,
Thought provoking video from Spencer Cathcart. The transcript can be found here theliewelive.blogspot.ca/ “We have mastered the act of killing. Now let’s master the joy of living.”
I’ve been meaning to share this for a while.
“We believe that amongst chaos or calm, creativity can bring hope, spark movements and bring change. Even when the earth shakes, small things will make huge differences”. by Richard Burson & Naomi Haussmann
you’ve been warned Nothing I can say can set this up, moving, powerful, challenging, and not enjoyable at all…. well worth watching. I don’t know what the appropriate response to this is, I don’t know if their is an appropriate response. It surprises me what we are capable of. It blows my mind what
I love the creative process, be it a photo, stencil, poem or blog post. From the formation of an idea – ideas are almost like particles flying around the universe until they collide & like the big bang, out of almost nothing comes something – through the ideas evolution, to the satisfaction of viewing its