People complain about gas prices all the time. It’s almost a cliché at this point. But the more I think about it, complaining is incredibly juvenile. It’s what little kids do when they don’t understand the full picture. I’ve learned that everything that you’ve ever taken a picture of is something that you should be grateful for, like taking a picture of your friends, family, food, etc. But to another level, whatever you complain about really should be the opposite. To complain about gas prices implies that you own a car and there are paved roads you can drive on to get has. To complain about airline security means you’re traveling, to complain about slow internet means you have a computer and internet. These luxuries we have have turned into complaints instead of gratitude for the life we have.
This is an interview that the Forth District did of the houses that I have.
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This is one of the five videos that I made for Lecrae’s live set.
Shot with RED Epic and Canon Cine lenses.
After recording every regret I heard a dying person confess, there was no wishing they had larger homes or more things. Yet, among the top of their regrets were ‘I wish I hadn’t of worked so much’ and ‘I wish I kept in touch with my friends.
—Bronnie Ware, a nurse to the elderly. (paraphrased)
Concept, producing, directing, cinematography & editing by Isaac Deitz
Music Videos (in order of appearance)
Family Force 5 - Wobble
Family Force 5 - Zombie
Family Force 5 - Cray Button (feat. Lecrae and meekakitty)
Molly Parden - A Song for My Mother
Rapture Ruckus - In Crowd (feat. Soul Glow Activatur)
Leo Lovechild - Warrior
Lecrae - Fakin’ (feat. THS’L)
Abandon Kansas - Marching Around Me
House of Heroes - So Far Away
George Moss - Loud
Toby Mac - Feelin’ So Fly
Merit - Hold Onto Everything
Family Force 5 - Get On Outta Here
When an American reporter asked Mother Theresa which is the poorest country she had ever been to. She said, “Yes, yes, yes. I have been to many countries and seen much poverty and suffering. Everywhere I go people tell me of their hardships and struggles, and ask for help, and I give what I can….
Dang, well said.