1. UC Campus Ministries Project Impact 2K15 Promo

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    To build hype for Union College's (Lincoln, Neb.) Campus-wide community service day, called Project Impact, the college's Campus Ministries dept. contracted me to film and produce a short promotional video. This is the result.

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    • Be Kind to Humankind Week

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      Does kindness make a difference? We went around downtown Manhattan to find out, just in time for Be Kind to Humankind Week. Comment below with the ways you show kindness everyday #MDbekind

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      • P.A.K.O. - A Remembrance

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        Remembering Pastor A. Kenneth Olson, former pastor of First Congregational Church of New Village, Lake Grove, NY

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        • Beach Walk 586 - Friendliness Praise

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          W00t! The sun is out! This episode was originally published in 2008. Please subscribe to our channel and visit BeachWalks.tv to enjoy over 775 video episodes from the beaches of Hawaii.

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          • Fruit of the Spirit [8.9.15]

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            Today we welcomed guest actors from our 3-6 year old classroom upstairs who did a lesson for us on the FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT! We learned today about PATIENCE, KINDNESS and GOODNESS through a lesson based on the movie "Annie." Join us as Annie encourages her friends to show patience, kindness and goodness to Miss Hannigan... and how even Miss Hannigan can be changed by the Fruits of the Spirit!!

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            • Christian Kindness // Aug. 16, 2015

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              How does the Gospel shape the Christian life? When we experience the Gospel it produces the capacity to be kind and tenderhearted. It leads us to forgive one another. In a world that has lost the capacity to be civil and treat others with kindness, the Gospel offers a wonderful way forward. Our forgiveness in Christ allows us to show compassion and grace to undeserving.

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              • Cinderella's Kindness Campaign

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                In celebration of the Digital HD and Blu-ray release of Disney’s “Cinderella” on September 15, 2015, Walt Disney Studios is proud to announce the launch of “A Million Words of Kindness” Campaign. Inspired by the spirit of Cinderella, this online initiative invites fans everywhere to pledge their commitment to be courageous and kind in the hopes of achieving “A Million Words of Kindness” in time for World Kindness Day on November 13th, 2015. In the film “Cinderella,” Ella is told by her mother, “Where there is kindness, there is goodness; and where there is goodness, there is magic.” Now families everywhere can create this magic themselves by submitting words of courage and kindness at www.cinderellakindness.com, using the hashtags #Cinderella and #bekind or the handle @Cinderellamovie. These kind words and their entrant’s names will then appear on the site’s interactive “Kindness Wall.” To View the Multimedia release go to: http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7598451-disney-cinderella-2015-release/

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                • Finding Beautiful

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                  This is the story of a collision of tragedy and beauty. And like any decent story, it has a villain. A thieving, murderous, normality-hijacking villain. And like any great story it starts with those magic words… Once upon a time, the Gakowski family lived the epitome of a normal life. My biggest complaint was that my husband was a workaholic and I needed a holiday. And then suddenly… It all changed one deceptively normal afternoon. We had been hoping against hope that all the tiredness and the testing would reveal something timid and treatable- stomach ulcers or stress. But that afternoon…the grainy, black and white images flicked through on the large screen that had been turned around so that we could see what the doctor was seeing. She slowly flicked through each image. She stopped and used the end of her pen to point- “There… the tumours are quite sizeable.” He sat next to me, silent and strong. I clutched his hand in white-knuckled disbelief. One word. One diagnosis. One collection of rogue cells that had spread through his body. Cancer. (Enter that normality- hijacking, thieving villain I warned you about.) Let me be honest- the immediate minutes and hours and days from that one moment are a haze. A haze of tears and tantrums as our world was rocked by this word. By this loaded word and all that it meant for our normal. After the haze of diagnosis came the sharp resolve of the fight. I simply followed his lead, my brave and capable husband- who never faltered in applying his determination to the fight. He fought. We fought. Cancer is a family deal- we all fought. He did the hard work and we cheered, we cried, we celebrated. But we all fought. And then suddenly… Another seemingly normal afternoon in the new normal that we had created- the cancer fighting normal. One word. Again. This one seemed more heartbreaking and harder to bear. Cancer was scary but it could be pushed back and fought. This word was final. “It’s terminal” Terminal. Cancer. Terminal Cancer. That’s hard. To know the options are exhausted. It’s tragedy on a grand scale- the impending loss of a beautiful man. A devoted husband and quite possibly one of the world’s very best dads. It’s also beautiful on a monumental scale. We have experienced this collision of tragedy and beauty and it’s astounding. It’s astounding to be this close to that final goodbye and to still be gobsmacked by the beauty of kindness. To see the beauty of our community, pressing in and loving on us. He feels the fade and I could hear the unspoken fear- “I won’t be here for birthday cards and chocolate cake this year.” So..I put out a call to my social media peeps- I wanted to wish him a happy birthday. I asked for cards. For birthday cards to remind him that every minute and hour and year that he has lived has been amazing. And I found beautiful. Beautiful arrived in our post office box. It came in cards from everywhere. From Parliament House and from the Saint Brendans Prep class. Beautiful is so many strangers, telling us their story of tragic loss and how they found beautiful. Beautiful is the way our sons curl up on their dads lap, maneuvering around the morphine pump, so they can witness this. The beautiful way kindness wins. Our story is not over yet. But the fade is fast. And the moral of the story is this: Cancer doesn’t win. Not this thieving, normality- hijacking, murderous villain. No. This story has a hero. Kindness wins. If you would like to send a birthday wish to Sheldon you can send to: Sheldon Gakowski | PO Box 130 Rural View Mackay QLD 4740

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                  • Simplicity, Humility and Kindness - Darrell Calkins

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                    'Simplicity, Humility and Kindness.' An excerpt from a Workshop with Darrell Calkins 2015. www.CobaltSaffron.com

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