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Editor's Note by Ellen Mahoney:  The newly released "I Am" documentary, created by filmmaker Tom Shadyac (Bruce Almighty, Ace Ventura, Liar Liar, The Nutty Professor), comes to life as Shadyac asks a variety of individuals two important questions, "What's wrong with our world," and "What can we do to make it better?"  These two questions are posed to individuals from the worlds of science, philosophy, academia, activism, and spirituality including: David Suzuki, Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Lynne McTaggart, Ray Anderson, John Francis, Coleman Barks and Marc Ian Barasch.  

 

Tom Shadyac's "quest of inquiry" is ignited after he suffers a traumatic bicycle accident that helps him rethink his self-aborbed, materialistic life.  The accident is also a springboard for him to investigate ways to improve planet Earth.  Traveling the world he speaks with various individuals and learns about the important concepts of truth, integrity, compassion, living simply, health, having regard for this world, understanding the interconnectedness of All That Is, and of course, Love.  These are all concepts, I believe, we can find within.  Check out: iamthedoc.com

 

 

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