Part II of chatting with Rebecca Ormond. Goddess of Film. I found it pretty interesting even though I know nothing about film.
Below, the finished product!
It was great to hear that the Gandhi quote “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated”. Mahatma Gandhi practiced “ahimsa” which is the action of “non-harming”. If you read up on him at all, you will probably be inspired by the simplicity of his life and also his love for all sentient beings. He is a real SuperHero to all of us animal lovers. Another Gandhi quote: “I hold that the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man”. Sometimes when the situation for animals seems overwhelming, it’s good to gain inspiration from the great souls that came before us. This work will not end in our lifetime, but it does not mean that there is any less of a reason to do it.
I leave you with a beautiful video about the life of Mahatma Gandhi. It is a collage of photos put together to the music of M.C. Yogi. It is great running music and kind of makes you feel like you are running toward something greater. It is easy to think you are just repeating the same steps over and over again. A good reminder that all of the steps that we take everyday eventually add up to an entire journey. Hopefully at the end of this journey, we have been able to create some positive changes.