this is immensely inspiring. I am so glad this was done and communicated in such a powerful way.thankyou for sharing/highlighting it!
inspiring video, I work in corporate communications and I've sent it on to our New Media dept and to our sponsorship dept.
wow, this video is really powerful. i was almost broght to tears watching it. We can all do our part to make the world a better place. Thank you for making this video.
Beautiful. Powerful. Inspiring. Thank you for making a difference and showing others.
Awesome Job! This is a video I'd actually watch! I hope that people realize that this is what it is all about! You are just amazing!
Awesome! What the world needs to know...wake up people!
Thankyou for making a change in the world. Inspiring. Imagine if everyone would do something small to help.
Fantastic! Truly inspiring & thought- no, action-provoking. I wish all the celebs would follow suit...
Thank you. I am humbled and impressed.
What a wonderful gift Sarah McLachlan taught us in this video! Her collegues, I would hope, would do the same. I wish this was aired on tv regularly!
If we each did a little...
Thanks for being the change. I am inspired. May this become an epidemic.
Grrrrrl you rock! This video is awesome! Love, Bodhi
What an amazing concept!
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- Cut unnecessary costs from your daily life and donate the savings to support your local and global community.
- Learn about the millennium development goals and help achieve them.
- Understand the deeper causes of global poverty and inequality and lobby your government to address the problem.
WOW! That's totally brilliant. It constantly angers and disgusts me how people can spend so much money on stuff they do not need, normally out of vanity, and mistakenly thinking they need this stuff (advertising is evil). In magazines and newspapers they will have articles about war-torn countries, and then in the style pages show obscenely expensive clothes an home-furnishings. In the 21st century, with all we know about the world, how is it still acceptable to spend $2000 on a handbag, or $600 on a lampbase? If you must, spend $100 on the lamp, and give $500 to someone who needs it. I really hope this video gets this message across to as many people as possible.