“Change the Story, Change the World” Film and Discussion at New England Yearly Meeting Sessions
Sponsored by the New Story Group at Friends Meeting at Cambridge.
We will view sections of the film and pause for discussion. The full film runs 1 hour and 45 minutes and can be viewed at A New Story for Humanity: Change the Story, Change the World.
We are not going to get out of this environmental mess by science and policy alone.
-Vance Martin, President of the Wilderness Leadership Foundation
theWe need to build a movement that connects ecology, social justice, and cosmology using the power of dream, power of story, the power of art, and the power of action.
-Drew Dillinger, Speaker, Poet, Writer, and Teacher
We have the collective intelligence to create all the solutions we need.
-Kosha Joubert, CEO Global Ecovillage Network International
This film was inspired by the New Story Summit at the Findhorn Foundation: a sold-out multicultural, multigenerational inquiry into a new story for humanity, attended by change makers and activists from over 50 countries. A number of professional filmmakers gifted their skills during the summit and conducted a series of interviews with key speakers, each carrying a thread of the new story. This feature length documentary film brings together excerpts from some of these inspiring interviews, along with key moments from the summit itself.
The intent of the filmmakers is that the film be a conversation starter and an organizing tool to bring people together who are working toward the evolution of human consciousness and the cocreation of a new story for humanity.
Films don’t change the world–people do. The filmmakers hope this starts a conversation to which everyone here can contribute. We look forward to talking more after the film.
The New Story Group at Friends Meeting at Cambridge is an interfaith group working to understand the emerging cultural narrative sourced in science and in spiritual traditions. We seek wisdom to respond to the crises of our time. Visit our website at Quakers and the New Story