There are so many things going on in this world, many different activities that people find interesting or want to put their time and money towards. In a world where there are so many things on the go, to pay attention too, to buy, to eat, and to try. New gurus that have all the answers to our latest questions. There are also the events that capture the attention of so many people, like donating to rebuild iconic burned churches or storming hidden alien experimental bases.
Whatever it is that’s the flavour of the week, there are many things that go unnoticed. Things that do not get the attention they deserve. I’m not talking about irrelevant topics like a celebrities golden globe dress, I’m talking about important things that affect our lives and health every single day, and will continue to do so for years to come.
One of these topics, which I am personally very interested in wanting to be part of the change, is the Save The Reef movement, the no-single-use-plastic movement, and helping save our beautiful oceans.
Karmagawa is an organization and charity that I have been a big fan and supporter since they started. I was in their first 800 followers on Instagram, that is now over half a million, and have followed all their projects, causes, and work very closely. I’m sure I’ll write a whole article about what this charity is doing, why they are doing such amazing things, and how they are going about it in such an great way for today’s society to comprehend.
Safe the Reef is Karmagawa’s latest project, to help bring awareness to the growing problem of our dying coral reefs, why this is happening, how it affects us all around the world, and what we can do about it. They did an amazing collaboration video with YouTuber and Filmmaker Amir Zakeri, which is entitled “50 Minutes to Save the World”. It was making waves around the internet, and of course, it caught my attention. Not just by the amazing filming and storytelling that Amir brings to the project, but the whole issue that’s happening and almost no one knows about.
I ask one thing of you, please, take a small 50 minutes out of your week and watch this video and share it with one person. Just one. I know you have sent more then 1 gif to a friend today, just share this link with them as well. This is something we all need to watch and a growing issue we all need to learn about.
Until next time, Always Be Creating.