Fix the World has finished its documentary, which we’ll be featuring on this site tomorrow.
I think the biggest change watching the documentary – and it’s very long so perhaps watch it in instalments – is to see how many competent people are addressing the situations that are “out” in this world.
It has broadened my horizons and increased my hope incredibly to watch all the intelligent and compassionate activists who have a handle on what’s happening around us – with Monsanto, with General Electric owning NBC, with vaccines that cripple and kill, with civil rights being taken away, on and on the list goes – as we know.
But on and on the list goes as well of people who are tackling each of these situations. And it was the extent of the activism that I was unaware of – not the extent of the perpetrations and manipulations.
Prior to previewing the film, I had the impression that there wasn’t much happening among lightworkers. The film has utterly erased that impression from my mind. There’s a huge amount of work going on. Many, many tuned-in and able individuals are banding together all over the globe to bring about the changes we all know are needed.
HopeGirl and her partners have done an incredible job of putting together an overview of the cutting-edge initiatives that people are taking to tackle every conceivable problem that is happening in our world.
When it comes out tomorrow, or perhaps later today, I highly recommend you bite the bullet and take the time needed (more than three hours) to watch this incredible clarion call to all lightworkers on the planet in all fields of activism.
Truly this is hope for the world, hope that the world can be made to work for everyone and that lightworkers can come together to accomplish that goal.