You will think what I tell you to think

This video speaks volumes on today’s culture, raising awareness can help address our consciousness on issues.


You will think what I tell you to think? 

Let’s start to question.

 

                  

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Published by Michelle Moloney King

Bookish and paintish! Mother, wife, teacher, and follower of flow.

4 thoughts on “You will think what I tell you to think

  1. Thanks for that post it was so interesting and really made me question how much I am influenced by the media.

    Thanks
    Maria

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  2. Hi Xavier,

    I love getting your comments always so insightful and interesting. All of your comments are truly appreciated.

    As soon as I saw this video I knew that I had to share it, adults need to be more aware on on-line content, music and TV and kids need to get out doors a bit more. Media is a tool and great entreatment – it is not meant (or should not) eat into too much of our time or shape our values.

    Thanks
    Michelle

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  3. Thank you for sharing this video. I am a father and my wife and I have brought my children in a way that went against the norm. We did not allow them free access to TV or the internet until they were old enough to appreciate the ideas conveyed in this video. We were not popular with our children when they felt left out at school because they could not join in the discussions about the latest soaps etc but they appreciate now what we did then. Ultimately it is up to parents to take more responsibilty and take charge of the values they want their children to learn. If parents don't give the message that it is important enough to make a stand then the children will always do what comes naturally to them…push the boundaries. If there are are none then it is the media that is teaching them its values.

    Another point I want to make is that every male had to have a mother to bring him into the world. How can male who respects and loves his mother abuse women in this way? I think mothers need to reclaim their power to change the world.

    Here is a link to an article I wrote about Children and TV which I think is pertinent to this very important post.

    http://spiritwhisperer.hubpages.com/hub/Children-and-TV

    Thank you Michelle.

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