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Stepping Into The Fire
'STEPPING INTO THE FIRE' is a feature length documentary that tells the story of a seemingly successful man living an unfulfilling life and his journey towards truth and happiness.What if the thoughts, values and philosophies that guided our lives were at the root of our...
Sun of the Andes of the Aymaras and the Quechuas, Rain from heaven, flight of condors, When I see you again my hair will be like the Antisana Taita Inti, Pachamama, I am your son, On my knees I implore you for my happiness.
The Economics of Revolution & Universal Basic Income
In tonight's "Conversations with Great Minds" Thom talks with Journalist David DeGraw, author of the upcoming book "The Economics of Revolution."
How to Create World Peace In 1000 Years Or Less
Ever wondered what it might take to rid the world of conflict and live in happiness forever? Well, the journey to world peace begins here, and ends with 1000 episodes of the SRSLY WRONG podcast.
The Amazon Changers - Cook to Empower
The film team follows an extraordinary project for peace and empowerment – a ferry with a cooking school for indigenous communities on the Rio Napo in the heart of Ecuador’s Amazon forest. The goal of the film's main protagonist David Höner, founder of the Swiss NGO «Cuisine...
Resilience: What Makes the Soul Strong
Around one billion people struggle with stress-related illness globally - and that figure is rising. What protects those with good mental health? Is their resilience innate? Or is the ability to withstand chronic stress and crisis something that can be learned? In the search...
BHUTAN, the country of the THUNDER DRAGON - VisualPolitik EN
This video is sponsored by Newsvoice. Download Newsvoice for free: Let’s fix the news. Together. Bhutan is one of the least known and most isolated countries in the world, not only geographically, but more importantly, politically, and...
What Love Is
Love is a strange and beautiful thing. But we often put provisions on love - we attach it to how others are acting, to circumstances and emotions. But what would the world be like if we stopped looking to get something in return, and just loved unconditionally, for the...
The 'Climate Swerve' Didn't Just happen
In last week’s Sunday Review, psychiatrist Robert Jay Lifton praised the “climate swerve” — a deep and dramatic shift in public opinion on the climate crisis. The shift is, as Lifton rightly states, “a major historical change in consciousness that is neither predictable nor...
Money Can't Buy Life
The Economic Enigma of Money vs Life: [A Social Value Disorder]
My Favorite Definition of Privilege
My favorite definition of privilege is 'thinking something's not a problem because it's not a problem to you.'
A world where everybody has a gun, sorry smartphone*
Final Straw: Food, Earth, Happiness
A deeply moving journey through Japan, Korea, and the United States that turns our perceptions of food and life upside down in an amazingly simple and poetic way.
Capitalism and Other Kids' Stuff
Capitalism and Other Kids' Stuff powerfully debunks the myth that a so-called immutable 'human-nature' prevents our transition to a society of abundance and free-access for all.
Conventional Economics Is A Form Of Brain Damage | David Suzuki
An "externality" is an effect of an industry whose costs are born by society, rather than by the company. Cancer is an externality of the tobacco industry. Climate change is an externality of the fossil fuel and animal agriculture industries. Water pollution is an externality...
How to Not Be Offended
There is an ancient and well-kept secret to happiness which the Great Ones have known for centuries. They rarely talk about it, but they use it all the time, and it is fundamental to good mental health. This secret is called The Fine Art of Not Being Offended.
Films for Action's Vision for the Future
Films For Action is a learning library for people who want to change the world. 
Doug Casey on Why Millennials Favor Communism
Justin’s note: Communism is better than capitalism.
Share This With Your Governor: 12 Ideas for How States Can Respond to the Covid-19 Crisis
Everyone knows that the three, multi-trillion-dollar stimulus bills passed by Congress fall way short.  For most local businesses—the lifeblood of our economy—these bills offer too little relief, too late.  I’m hopeful though that the states (and maybe, in some places...
When Climate Met COVID: 7 Reasons We Should Tackle These Challenges Together
We face not one but three simultaneous inter-connected crises: the COVID-19 Emergency, the Climate and Biodiversity Emergency, and the Crisis of Capitalism. We urgently need connected constructive responses.