zaterdag 28 augustus 2010

Children Full of Life

Mr. Kanamori, a teacher of a 4th grade class, teaches his students not only how to be students, but how to live. He gives them lessons on teamwork, community, the importance of openness, how to cope, and the harm caused by bullying.

In the award-winning documentary Children Full of Life, a fourth-grade class in a primary school in Kanazawa, northwest of Tokyo, learn lessons about compassion from their homeroom teacher, Toshiro Kanamori.

He instructs each to write their true inner feelings in a letter, and read it aloud in front of the class. By sharing their lives, the children begin to realize the importance of caring for their classmates.

Toshiro is an amazing example of what all teachers across the world should be like. He truly understands what teaching children is all about and certainly made a positive difference in the lives of these 10 year olds. Bron: Top Documentary Films

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Bron: via Kinderen Van Het Licht

Psywar - Documentaire

Een anti-oorlogsdocumentaire over media en propaganda.

'The real battlefield is the mind'


zondag 8 augustus 2010

Coconut Revolution (Bougainville: Our Island, Our Fight)

This is an incredible modern-day story of a native peoples' victory over Western globalization. Sick of seeing their environment ruined and their people exploited by the Panguna Mine, the Pacific island of Bougainville rose up against the giant mining corporation, Rio Tinto Zinc.

The newly formed Bougainville Revolutionary Army began fighting with bows and arrows and sticks and stones against a heavily armed adversary. In an attempt to put down the rebellion the Papua New Guinean Army swiftly established a gunboat blockade around the island.

But with no shipments allowed in or out, how did new electricity networks spring up on the island? And how were the people of Bougainville able to drive around the island without any source of petrol or diesel?

Watch as the world's first eco-revolution unfolds within the blockade. A David and Goliath story for the 21st century. A multi-award winning documentary.


Something Unknown

Documentaire van Renée Scheltema over de vijf paranormale verschijnselen: telepathie, helderziendheid, spirituele healing, psychokinese en remote viewing.

Kunnen mensen gedachten lezen? Of in de toekomst kijken? Kun je jezelf genezen van een terminale ziekte? Kan iemand echt met zijn geest voorwerpen bewegen, en kun je voorwerpen of plaatsen op afstand zien?

Waar ligt de grens tussen werkelijke magische krachten en bedrog? Al deze vragen onderzocht de Nederlandse cineaste Renée Scheltema in gesprekken met wereldberoemde experts op het gebied van parapsychologie, natuurkunde, biologie en geneeskunde. De film, waar Paul Verhoeven een bijdrage aan leverde... lees hier verder.


Bron: Boeddhistische Omroep

Hoxsey Cancer Cure: How healing becomes a crime

Een documentaire over H.M. Hoxsey die een plantaardige behandeling tegen kanker ontwikkelde met een genezingspercentage van 80%. Opnieuw een voorbeeld hoe na WOII de farmaceutische industrie en overheden, plantaardige en natuurlijke geneesmiddelen en kennis hierover stelselmatig hebben onderdrukt.
This documentary concerns Harry M. Hoxsey, the former coal miner whose family's herbal recipe has brought about claims of a cancer cure. Starting in 1924 with his first clinic, he expanded to 17 states by the mid 1950s, along the way constantly battling organized medicine that labeled him a charlatan. Hoxsey's supporters point out he was the victim of arrests, or "quackdowns" spearheaded by the proponents of established medical practices. Interviews of patients satisfied with the results of the controversial treatment are balanced with physicians from the FDA and the AMA. A clinic in Tijuana, Mexico claims an 80% success rate, while opponents are naturally skeptical. What is apparent is that cancer continues to be one of humankind's more dreaded diseases, and that political and economic forces dominate research and development.
Bron: Google