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Mohammed Al Medfa

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What wrong(s) would you right?

Hi there everyone,

I'd like to ask, what wrongs you believe there are in the world, that you would make right, if you could.

I posted a related question, asking "What would you tell children about following their dreams?" over here:
https://www.ted.com/conversations/7268/what_would_you_tell_children_a.html
& another asking "How will you strive to change the world?"
https://www.ted.com/conversations/7567/how_will_you_strive_to_change.html


I'm asking these questions as part of a video project of mine related to inspiring people to follow their dreams, right wrongs, and strive to change the world. Its all part of a web and real world project dedicated to enabling and empowering people, which we're starting called Utopian.

I'd love to quote the answers that some of you provide to this question and the other questions, and use them in the video. We'll be constructing a kind of 'visual wall' featuring everyone's statements.

We'll credit each person by placing their name next to their statement on the wall, which we'll be filming as an important part of the video.

I think these are deeply important subjects, and I'd love to hear what everyone has to say.

Thanks a lot,
Medfa

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  • Dec 14 2011: My own. If I right my own wrongs, I would be an efficient member of the community. Needless to say, others from the community will most likely do the same once they find that they too can also be as efficient.

    Remember this?
    "...And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others..."
    -Marianne Williamson

    And I will never run out of wrongs to right. There's always something.
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      Dec 14 2011: Thanks Mohammad. Our own personal steps are always the beginning of all things.
      • Dec 14 2011: I'm glad to help. I am also looking forward to your project's success and I wish to hear about it in the future. God-willing.

        It's good that somebody is working on these deeply important subjects.

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