~~November 16, 2015~~
Why are we so quick to see the ugly …
when we stand before the beautiful?
Nathan Phelps and Seth Andrews
Posted by Loren Miller on November 9, 2015
~Hang With Friends~
And it is beautiful, too, indeed, I think some of Seth Andrews’ best work. Interesting point: rather than Seth’s dulcet baritone doing the narration, this piece presses Nathan Phelps’ deep bass intonation into service, bringing a different flavor to it, as well as a healthy dose of irony.
These are trying times.
From past history and events to present times.
It doesn’t matter where you look.
It doesn’t matter what beliefs you hold dear or follow.
It doesn’t matter who you follow.
Groups, religions, cultures, societies, races, nations.
What has changed?
What have we learned?
It’s all a mentality of “them versus us”?
Take a look.
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~Published on Nov 9, 2015~
Why are we so quick to see the ugly … when we stand before the beautiful?
Thanks to Nathan Phelps for lending his voice to this short video.
Thanks to our patrons, who have made its production possible: http://www.patreon.com/sethandrews
We ALL are connected through HUMANITY!!
We ALL are ONE!!
I love the video. The first time I heard Nate Phelps recite “Why are we so quick to see the ugly when we stand before the beautiful?” I burst into tears. I’ve often asked that question mysel.
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