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In Gujarat, we spent two days with Bhaskar Save, the Ganhdi of Indian farming. After visiting his family, seeing their way of life and eating their food, we were inspired to compose a type of visual “poem” out of his non-violent philosophy. Enjoy.
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This is the trailer for @1614 fashion photographer Jay Pack (J.A. TAYLOR PHOTOGRAPHY). @1614 is an art and film event held in Oklahoma City’s historic Plaza District.
By day, Jay is a musculoskeletal radiologist, but in his free time he creates fabulous works of art using vintage film cameras. He discovered his love for photography when his first daughter was born four years ago. It began as a hobby but soon became a passion and eventually a profession. He transitioned from digital to film when the high resolution, picture perfect images were not quite satisfactory to him. Pack wanted to create something with a soul, something organic. It was then he began to experiment with 35mm film and eventually moved into what he does now, which is large format photography.
A remarkable aspect of Pack’s work is that all of the proceeds from his photography go to benefit children’s charities across the world. Pack has found a very effective way to combine his passion of art and children’s charities.
“I want my viewers to see the beauty not only in the photographs, but also in doing something for someone and expecting nothing in return. In my case, I give to children who are fighting unfair fights, but regardless of the cause, it’s just so rewarding to turn something you’re passionate about into something that benefits people.” says Pack.
Models – Morgan Woolard, Jessica Lee Morgan
Hair – Malorie Avaline
Make-Up – Jennifer McLaughlin
Stylist – Teresa Grega-Dissell
Music – Beach House “MYTH”
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Excerpts from Marianne Williamson’s formal announcement of her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the Presidency in Los Angeles on January 28, 2019.
“This is not the old paradigm leadership which is what the traditional political establishment is. Politics has become a spectator sport and if we elect that person, they’ll go to Washington and make it happen. No, no, no, no, no. This stuff can’t be fought. This stuff is too powerful. It has to be overridden. This is not something that one person can go and make happen. This is something that has to be an uprising. A new era of Love for democracy. In the Jewish religion it says every generation must discover God for itself. Every generation has to fall in love with democracy for itself. This is not something that any one person can go to Washington and just make happen. New paradigm leadership is not about saying, “I’ll do it, send me to Washington.” New paradigm leadership is where the leader is holding the space for the brilliance of others.”
In 2013 the ‘Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development’, OECD, published its annual report on the frequency of delivery of antidepressants, the drugs which are used to treat depression.
The use of antidepressants has risen dramatically in the past decade in most OECD countries. In some countries more than one out of ten adults is now prescribed an antidepressant. Iceland, Australia, and Canada are leading in this statistic. In 2011 in Iceland the prescribed daily dosage was around 100 per 1,000 inhabitants. In the year 2000 this figure had only been 70 daily doses per 1,000 inhabitants. Also in Germany the number of prescriptions has increased significantly: from only 20 daily doses per 1,000 inhabitants in 2000 to 50 daily doses per 1,000 inhabitants in 2011.
The term ‘Depression’ describes a mental disorder with three main symptoms: gloomymood, loss of interest or sadness, and a lack of motivation or increased fatigability. How did it come about that mental illnesses, such as depression, were ever treated with drugs?
Since the end of the 19th century psychiatrists have searched for ways to classify mental disorders. They documented their efforts in various editions of the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” (DSM). This was published for the first time in 1952 by the “American Psychiatric Association” (APA) the major U.S. professional organization of psychiatry.
The description of mental disorders was not based on a scientific method, but on a written vote of ten percent of psychiatrists who were APA members. When drugs – such as the sedative Valium – came onto the market, the APA looked for a biological explanation for the prescription of drugs for mental disorders. The psychiatrist Dr. Joseph Schildkraut published the following theory in 1950. I quote: “Mental health problems may be due to a biochemical imbalance of neurotransmitters, which are messenger substances in the brain.”
But the theory of chemical imbalance with depression was refutedas early as in 1984. It was then that scientists were for the first time able to measure the cerebrospinal fluid of depressed patients. The serotonin value, a messenger substance in the brain, was sometimes high and sometimes low, regardless if the people were depressed or healthy. Further scientific studies confirmed this. A study was published in 1994 in the ‘Journal of American Medical Association‘, a medical journal. It showed that a reduction of serotonin in untreated depressed patients did not worsen the depression.
In 2001 the ‘British Journal of Psychiatry’ published another study in which these experiments were repeated. There researchers measured the serotonin concentration in the brain. They proved that a serotonin-low nutrition lowers the serotonin concentration in the brain. However, this did not result in depression for healthy people.
This means that there is no chemical imbalance of messenger substances in the brain while having a mental illness. Nevertheless, since about 1952 mentally ill patients have been regularly treated with drugs that modify the inner serotonin metabolism in the brain.
But what damage are psychiatric drugs going to cause the brain? In 1996 Stephan Hymen, former director of the world’s largest research center for mental disorders, published a study related to this in the “American Journal of Psychiatry”. It showed:
– Psychiatric medications produce disorders of the neurotransmitters, the messenger substances in the brain.
– In response to this, the brain develops a series of adjustments in order to maintain its balance.
– As a result – within a few weeks – the brain will no longer function in the way that it would normally.
Thus, one must come to the conclusion that psychiatric drugs – at least in many cases – actually cause those diseases which they should heal.
This has also been confirmed by other studies that compare the progress of the disease of mentally ill patients with and without drug therapy. In these comparisons it is noticeable that patients receiving regular medication relapse more often than those who were treated without medication. This is referred to as a ‘revolving door syndrome’. The relapse rate increased with administration of drugs from 55% to …
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A September 2013 VW Camping event during the Equinox with members of the International VW Camping society, The WetWesties. Founded 1997.
This event is the annual Fish Lake Autumn camp-out. These videos were shot on the morning of September 21, 2013 and is the continuation of the Icicle Creek Road Video.
Music from the Jesse Cook album “The Ultimate Jesse Cook”. http://www.jessecook.com/#/home/
Aerial footage using a GoPro Hero3 Black carried by a DJI Phantom “Quadcopter” without the help of a Gimbal. Stabilization software by ProDrenalin.
This is a retrospective of 238 films of 2016, a vastly diverse creative landscape that made us laugh, touched our hearts, and transported us to new worlds. (Music credits and full film list in description below)
Blonde Redhead – For the Damaged Coda
Arctic Monkeys – Do I Wanna Know?
Ratatat – Drugs
Guster – Satellite
Aurora – Winter Bird
Neon Indian – Polish Girl
FULL LIST of films used (not in order of appearance):
13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Norm of the North
Ride Along 2
The 5th Wave
Fifty Shades of Black
The Finest Hours
Jane Got a Gun
Kung Fu Panda 3
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
How to Be Single
Touched With Fire
The Little Prince
Where to Invade Next
Eddie the Eagle
Gods of Egypt
Knight of Cups
London Has Fallen
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
The Other Side of the Door
10 Cloverfield Lane
The Brothers Grimsby
The Perfect Match
The Young Messiah
City of Gold
Eye in the Sky
Hello, My Name is Doris
The Divergent Series: Allegiant
Miracles From Heaven
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2
God’s Not Dead 2
Meet the Blacks
Everybody Wants Some!!
I Saw The Light
Louder than Bombs
Barbershop: The Next Cut
The Jungle Book
The First Monday in May
The Huntsman: Winter’s War
Elvis & Nixon
A Hologram for the King
Ratchet & Clank
A Beautiful Planet
The Man Who Knew Infinity
Papa: Hemingway in Cuba
Captain America: Civil War
A Bigger Splash
The Neon Demon
The Angry Birds Movie
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising
The Nice Guys
Alice Through the Looking Glass
Love & Friendship
Me Before You
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
The Conjuring 2
Now You See Me 2
The Music of Strangers
Puerto Ricans in Paris
Free State of Jones
Independence Day: Resurgence
Hunt for the Wilderpeople
Swiss Army Man
The Legend of Tarzan
The Purge: Election Year
Our Kind of Traitor
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates
The Secret Life of Pets
Ice Age: Collision Course
Star Trek Beyond
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
Don’t Think Twice
Batman: The Killing Joke
Florence Foster Jenkins
Hell or High Water
Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World
A Tale of Love and Darkness
Kubo and the Two Strings
Morris from America
Hands of Stone
Southside with You
The Sea of Trees
The Light Between Oceans
The Disappointments Room
Before I Wake
When the Bough Breaks
The Wild Life
Bridget Jones’ Baby
Hillsong – Let Hope Rise
The Magnificent Seven
Queen of Katwe
The Edge of Seventeen
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
The Birth of a Nation
The Girl on the Train
Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life
Voyage of Time
Kevin Hart: What Now?
Boo! A Madea Halloween
I’m Not Ashamed
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
Keeping Up with the Joneses
Ouija: Origin of Evil
Bleed For This
The Eagle Huntress
Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them
Manchester by the Sea
A Street Cat Named Bob
Bad Santa 2
Rules Don’t Apply
La La Land
Office Christmas Party
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
A Monster Calls
The Space Between Us
Live By Night
20th Century Women