For a little change of pace on this beautiful, strangely warm December Saturday, I thought it might be nice to reflect upon the power that people have to change the world, LOCALLY.
As in, right where you live.
This is a short film by my new favorite independent director, Dan Mace.
(Please join me in visualizing Dan the Director, using my music in his future videos! :o)
In the meantime, watch how some local villagers and fishermen in Zanzibar chose to start conserving sea turtles.
Yes Martha, “Together We CAN Change The World”.
Your assignment today (should you choose to accept it) is to look around you at YOUR neighborhood, YOUR environment and see if there is some small thing you can do, that you are happy to do, that you LIKE doing, that will contribute to a solution.
One idea I might suggest if you are looking for cool ideas, is to check out the Albany Peace Project (no matter where you are you can participate during the month of January).
p.s. thanks to all of you who have been emailing me with questions about Performance Anxiety… Rumor has it that a powerful new course is in the making… in the meantime, anxiety is still thinking about what you do NOT want to have happen in the future… so you might want to imagine yourself having checked out CRUSH anxiety NOW! and totally interrupting the old thought habits and being successful with installing, hope, peace, calm, courage, and strength to do what needs to be done, out in YOUR future.
p.p.s. Next Saturday, December 19th, I will be joining Native American artist and healer, Zelda Hotaling with her Winter Solstice Celebration surrounded by the HUGE (and I mean HUGE) dream catchers she has been creating… check this out for more info: http://www.zeldahotaling.com
Got questions? I have answers and I want you to have them, so…