I documented my journey for about 7 months and the stories I wrote were mostly about #spirituality and #traveling. Now I feel it is time to share some different stories with you guys. Not the ‘beautiful’ stories about places or people, but the people who are struggling everyday. The people who you don’t see on the news. The people who are the true hero’s of today. The true ‘rebels’ that go against the status quo. The people who don’t conform to society’s ‘rules’. The people who are the firestarters, because they set the change in motion. Even if they have to sacrifice or devote their lives to make a positive change. So now I feel it is time to shake things up again with my blog because we are the media.
A silent revolution
I still believe there is a silent #revolution going on in the hearts of a lot of people on this planet. Our collective consciousness is shifting to new perspectives. This is from my spiritual side of few. I cannot describe this with facts, I just sense it and I am super excited to be a part of this. We are waking up to our true potential and see true the false illusions that are constantly played upon us; through the news for example. People are waking up on a massive scale and there has never been more uprising and demonstrations in the world then in this era. People go out on the street and want their voices to be heard. They want positive changes!
The magic words
Last year I travelled to Paris for the climate march, because the United Nations held their conference on climate change. I was lucky enough to see documentary journalist Amy Goodman from democraty NOW talking. I was laying on the ground and felt the community vibe from all of the people in the room. I felt emotional and had to hold my tears together while listening to her voice. I felt pain, but I also felt hope in my heart. Hope for a better future for everyone on this planet. For all of our brothers and sisters, for all creatures that inhabit this earth. We need community. We need empowerment. You and I are not alone in this.
And I still remember Amy Goodman’s last sentence of her speech until this day.
“We are the media.”