HUMAN – Love, Women, Work, Poverty

HUMAN – Love, Women, Work, Poverty

“I was most struck by my meeting with a very poor Indian woman in Uttar Pradesh. The woman was screaming in distress and anger. I didn’t speak her language but this woman was sending me such a powerful message that I understood what she was saying! I felt the universality of her suffering and I burst into tears. And then she took me in her arms and I understood that her message was also one of generosity.”
Mia Sfeir, Journalist working on the film HUMAN

Volume I

Welcome to the first volume of the trilogy of HUMAN! This is my invitation for you to take the time for some introspective and learn something about yourself and your fellow human beings.

This first volume deals with the themes of love, women, work and poverty.

To not only consume this film I also invite you to reflect with me on the themes of this first film:

  • What is love to you?
  • What challenges and chances do you see for the women in your social environment?
  • What do you consider as work and what qualities you look for in work?
  • How is your relationship with money?

If you want to, please share some of your thoughts with me in the comments.

If you want to know more about the HUMAN project check out its

Happy second Advent Sunday to you all!

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Hi, my name is Julia and I am a permaculturist, an environmental engineer and a blogger for the ARTS region Dresden, Germany. I lived and worked in Dresden, India and Australia on organic farms, in development projects and towards a better understanding of human society. I am excited to be a part of the ARTS project because I see great potentials in combining the efforts of many towards sustainable change. See my blog at

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