Global Oneness Videos

What Would It Look Like?

What if the world embodied our highest potential? What would it look like? As the structures of modern society crumble, is it enough to respond with the same tired solutions? Or are we being called to question a set of unexamined assumptions that form the very basis of our civilization?

This 25-minute retrospective asks us to reflect on the state of the world and ourselves, and to listen more closely to what is being asked of us at this time of unprecedented global transformation.

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A Shift from "Me" to "We"

Charity Focus founder Nipun Mehta comments on how modern culture makes people think they need to acquire things in order to feel complete and recalls the ancient idea that in giving you are fulfilled.

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Daily Good

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A Threat to Living Communities

Indian social activist Medha Patkar explains how the economic development model being imposed on India's farmers is neither inclusive nor sustainable. As natural resources become commodities and farming families lose the capacity to fulfill their own basic needs, Medha believes that the consumerist paradigm may end up destroying living communities.

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Waking Up

Tibetan Buddhist nun Ven. Tenzin Palmo explains that, although we desperately want happiness, we are undermined by a society that rewards greed, aggression and egotism the very causes of suffering which are ultimately based on a misconception of who we really are. With heartfelt passion for human potential, Tenzin Palmo asks, "How can we collectively wake up?"

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Living Service

Jayesh Patel, founder of the Indian NGO Manav Sadhna, shows us how the Gandhian principles inspiring the organization are put into practice in the vast slums of Ahmedabad. There are enough good ideas, says Jayesh; what is needed to make real change is the commitment to one another through humble service. Ultimately, it is heartfelt compassion and sincere spirituality that motivates effective service to humanity.

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Oneness is Abundance

L.A.-based community activist Orland Bishop explains how the American economic system that assigns value to competition and scarcity of resources undermines oneness, which is inherently relational and abundant. Although the capitalist system as a whole resists investing in human development, people can create new systems that reinforce each individual's value instead of encouraging struggle and competition by making alternative agreements based on collective inspiration.

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The Heart of Religion

Fr. Alberto Luna, former Roman Catholic archbishop of Cuenca, Ecuador, calls for a sincere turning toward the "true and authentic" God, who resides deep in the human heart. Fr. Alberto says that that sacred depth is available to everyone; it is the place where all religions meet, and it provides the strength needed to walk the path of relationship and to put "we" above "you" and "I."

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Knowing How to Nurture Ourselves

Stephan Fayon, director of an international seed bank in Auroville, India, explains how preserving the diversity of seeds insures against the breakdown of large-scale industrial agriculture. Today the supermarkets in the developed world are full; but if unsustainable systems of agriculture collapse, will we know how to nourish ourselves?

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Not Just a Piece of Cloth

Anshu Gupta is the founder of Goonj, a volunteer-run recycling center in New Delhi. In this short video, Anshu shows how Goonj recycles unused garments to provide clothes, schoolbags, sanitary napkins and a variety of other amenities for India’s poor. Anshu offers a heartfelt appeal to be mindful of the unused clothing taking space in your closet right now, and what a treasure it could be for someone in need. www.goonj.org

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