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I have the phrase "You must be the change you wish to see in the world- Gandhi" on the wall that faces my entry door as I walk in. It's a constant reminder that my world is within me, going out of me, or as Sociology courses often teach, "We each are a part of this world WE create."
I have never believed, even when it was indoctrinated in me as a young child, that humans are born selfish. It was repeated in each class from K to 12 that it's the natural instinct of ours to oppress, attack and compete. Christian or Secular these values are taught in various ways and sought to be overcome in various ways. The "I Am" documentary considers, from scientific and spiritual perspectives, that the plant world, animal world, and human world naturally value compassionate and co- operative instincts. More so than our competing, violent instincts. Unfortunately, it is simply not what we are shown. We become what we embrace and what we are ignorant of has a factor in this becoming.
For those who are sensitive souls be wary of time 29:15 (look away from the screen because an animal eye is dissected.) Shortly after 29:15 there is a part where our natural responses to images is discussed and a few of these images MAY be disturbing to those who are sensitive. Otherwise the video has some humour, wisdom, wit, depth and most of all...heart. It's available on Canadian Netflix. The inspiring questions and subsequent considerations make the documentary well worth the time.