It’s easy to focus on all the awful things that are going on around the world, but that does not inspire us to embrace the teachings of The CorD Way.

Instead, it’s a better idea to make room to find the good that is happening all around us, like this innovation. It’s called GravityLight, and it is transforming people’s lives all around the planet.

When you watch the YouTube video below, you’ll understand how powerfully simple this idea is, and that their desire to keep it affordable is making lighting possible for many more people. It is also helping many avoid the cost and dangers of kerosene lighting.

To learn more, you can visit their Facebook Page, their website, GravityLight.org.

Is there a way for you to get involved? Maybe donate, or help people in an area of the world that does not have access to electricity? I am going to see how I can help those here in Mexico that live off-grid. This is such a simple way to help children study at night, to have light when cooking, or simply to be with family without relying on dangerous and expensive alternatives.

Simple solutions to big problems. That is the direction innovation needs to go.

The last sentence in the YouTube video brought tears to my eyes. I used it as the quote for this post below.

“I used to have a job, now I have a mission.” –Jim Reeves, Product Designer

Free Ebook Mind-Opening Download

More than anything else I’ve found, The Zeitgeist Movement Defined, Realizing a New Train of Thought, gives me more hope that a beautiful future is possible for all. Not right away, though. We all need to shift our thinking, open our hearts, and awaken to a new way of seeing the world. If you truly want to heal the planet and build a better future, download this book for free. I am on my second reading, have watched all three Zeitgeist Documentaries, posted here on EE, along with some of Peter Joseph’s interviews. Consider joining or starting a Zeitgeist Chapter where you live.

Check out Peter’s new book, The New Human Rights Movement, available at Amazon.com. I bought the hard copy so I can highlight the sections to which I want to refer back.