J Morris Hicks

J Morris Hicks

Posted April 22, 2011

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It's Earth Day -- Do Something memorable...

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Not only is it Earth Day, it's also Good Friday and a holiday for most Christians around the world. Think about taking less than two hours doing something that will change your life -- and might even change the world. Sit back and watch the movie HOME for free -- first, there is a short preview trailer (a little over two minutes), then there's a link to the full 93-minute version at the end of this post. It may very well be the most powerful movie that you will ever see.

Earth Day 2011.jpegThis movie is all about our "home" -- planet Earth, how life began, when humans came along and what humankind has done to our home -- particularly in just the last fifty years. Although the movie has been out for almost two years (June 2009), I didn't see it until February 2011 -- and since then, I have not run across a single person that has seen it. But apparently it has been seen by some 500 million people -- and over 15 million have seen it on YouTube.

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Photo Newport.jpgThe movie did a magnificent job of describing the global problem that we have created but came up way short in describing a viable solution. Toward the end, they touched a bit on windmills and solar panels. Good things to be sure, but a classic case of too little too late. There is no doubt in my mind that the single most powerful step that we humans could take to correct the damage would be for us to return to the natural diet for our species as quickly as possible. Read more and enjoy this powerful movie absolutely free...From the seaside village of Stonington, Connecticut – Be well and have a great Earth Day…

—J. Morris Hicks…blogging daily at