March 24, 2015
If we really lived as if time were money – money that would vanish by the next day, the way the day does – then I suspect that we would be spending our time VERY differently…
This is a very uplifting little piece about a young man in Harlem, whose mother was murdered when he was 16 but who has dragged himself out of the agony of this tragedy to lead a self-expressed, creative, fulfilling life. If an underprivileged kid from Harlem can do it, with the right mind-set – anyone can.
This mind-set has existed since time immemorial but nowhere else on Earth has this mind-set been a kind of National Ethos, like it is in the US (never mind the seemingly unstoppable freight train of the NWO that has hijacked this nation and destroyed so many others, never mind about the heinous, greedy defense contractor a-holes and their bribed henchmen who are party to this pathetic excuse for the truly grand possibilities of humanity).
And if the dollar crashes and if the Cold War reboots, we’ll figure it out. It’ll still preferable to a Thermonuclear War…
Get in the right mind-set; YES it’s important to be aware of the perils and dangers that lurk all around you but it’s also important to be aware of your own inner strength and the Life Force, the CREATOR of all seen and unseen worlds, including you, and to ALWAYS stay connected and in alignment with this most benevolent and loving force, for the good of all; it contains the solutions to all of our fine messes. We can’t lose!
Film’s Liner Notes:
A little film about making it count.
Death twitches my ear. “Live,” he says, “I am coming.” – Virgil
Director/Editor: John X. Carey
Work | johnxcarey.com
Produced By: Michael Steinmann and Brian Joe
Executive Producer: Andrew Isaacson
DP: Chris Saul – chrissaul.com
Music Composed By: Cinematic Orchestra
Creative Director: Rolad van Wyk @ DraftFCB
Managing Director: David Kwan
Color Grading: Shawn Coleman @ CO3
Note: the correct number of seconds in a day is 86,400 and not 84,600. Apologies.