Hey there everyone!!
What would the world be like if memory didn’t function; if we couldn’t form new memories or access old ones?
What happens to humanity in a state of permanent amnesia?
“Embers” is set in the future, after a global epidemic has infected the population with a neurological disease. The infected are forced to live in an endless present.
Watch the trailer by pressing the play button:
“Now”, don’t just live in the present, think about the ultimate question of death!
Last night my friend Suu invited me to a Death Café.
At a Death Cafe people, often strangers, gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death. It's a place to increase awareness of death with an intention of helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.
Think it's strange? Death Cafe is now an established 'social franchise' that has spread quickly across the globe, with hundreds of cafes and thousands of participants.
I don’t fear death as much as a boring life. My friend, Albert Nerenberg presents the 1st film to look directly at the worldwide epidemic of boredom -- despite our action packed times.
Watch the trailer of that on this page, where I wrote an article on how not to get bored (that’s how bored I was).
Let’s love the world together...
[)anish /|hmed, blind visionary
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