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Hi and welcome to GoodnessTV!

My name is Rommel and I am a proud collaborator of GoodnessTV.

At one moment or another, we have all felt overwhelmed with the tragedy and calamity taking place around the world. The major news networks depict a rather dark picture of humanity and of our planet, to the point that we wonder whether there is any hope left in our hearts.

GoodnessTV is here to tell you that there IS; that there ARE people like you and me, doing small things on a daily basis to make the world a better place to live in.

Our objective is to become the world's first broadcaster of good news.

So come on and join us in spreading the Goodness!


Bonjour et bienvenus sur GoodnessTV!

Je m'appelle Rommel et je suis fier de collaborer avec GoodnessTV.

Un jour ou l'autre, il nous est à tous arrivé de nous sentir submergés par les tragédies se déroulant à travers le monde. Les médias nous tracent le portrait d'une réalité sombre et cruelle, au point ou ils nous arrive de nous demander s'il reste un quelconque espoir dans nos coeurs.

GoodnessTV est là pour vous dire que OUI, il y a de l'espoir! Que OUI, il y a des gens comme vous et moi qui, en posant de petits gestes à chaque jour, contribuent à rendre ce monde meilleur.

Notre objectif est de devenir le premier diffuseur majeur de bonnes nouvelles à travers le monde.

Joignez-vous à nous et partagez l'Espoir!

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Documental realizado con motivo a la conmemoración de los 80 años de la masacre de miles de indígenas en 1932 en Nahuizalco, El Salvador.
Una coproduccion de Necia Teve y el Colectivo Tzuntecun Ejecat Cabeza de Viento.
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Documental realizado con motivo a la conmemoración de los 80 años de la masacre de miles de indígenas en 1932 en Nahuizalco, El Salvador.
Una coproduccion de Necia Teve y el Colectivo Tzuntecun Ejecat Cabeza de Viento.
Ajouté: 267 semaines, 4 jours
Par: romero
Vu: 3520

Présentation générale du Centre communautaire Oscar A. Romero (Nandaime, Nicaragua). Le Centre Romero met en oeuvre un programme de « développement à échelle humaine » qui vise à redonner du pouvoir aux jeunes sur leur vie et leur avenir.

Pour assurer son financement et son développement, le Centre Romero mise notamment sur l'appui du Groupe d'entraide internationale SPIRALE, une organisation du Québec, et sur la solidarité d'un réseau de sympathisants-es québécois.
Ajouté: 298 semaines, 3 jours
Par: romero
Vu: 7355


Imagine being born without arms. No arms to wrap around a friend ; no hands to hold the ones you love; no fingers to experience touch ; no way to lift or carry things. How much more difficult would life be if you were living without arms and hands? Or what about legs? Imagine if instead of no arms, you had no legs. No ability to dance, walk, run, or even stand. Now put both of those scenarios together… no arms and no legs. What would you do? How would that affect your everyday life?

Meet Nick Vujicic, pronounced 'Vooy-cheech'. Born in 1982 in Brisbane, Australia, without any medical explanation or warning, Nicholas Vujicic came into the world with neither arms nor legs. Imagine the shock his parents felt when they saw their first-born brand new baby boy for the first time, only to find he was what the world would consider imperfect and abnormal. A limbless son was not what nurse Dushka Vujicic, and her husband Pastor Boris Vujicic had been expecting. How would their son live a normal happy life? What could he ever do or become when living with such a massive disability? Little did they or anyone else know that this beautiful limbless baby would one day be someone who would inspire and motivate people from all walks of life. God uses Nick to touch lives and bring the hope of Jesus Christ to people across the globe.

Throughout his childhood, Nick dealt not only with the typical challenges of school and adolescence such as bullying and self-esteem issues; but also struggled with depression and loneliness.  He constantly questioned why he was different than all the other kids surrounding him; why he was the one born without arms and legs. He wondered what the purpose behind his life was, or if he even had a purpose. According to Nick, the victory over his struggles throughout his journey, as well as the strength and passion he has for life can be credited to his faith in God. His family, friends and the many people he has encountered along the way have also encouraged him.

fter school, Nick went on with further study and obtained a double Bachelor’s degree, majoring in Accounting and Financial Planning from Griffith University in Logan, Australia. By the age of 19, Nick started to fulfill his dream of being able to encourage other people and bring them the gospel of Jesus through motivational speaking and sharing his testimony about how God changed his life and gave him a future and a hope. “I found the purpose of my existence, and also the purpose of my circumstance. There’s a purpose for why you’re in the fire.” Nick wholeheartedly believes that there is a purpose in each of the struggles we each encounter in our lives, and that our attitude towards those struggles, along with our faith and trust in the Lord can be the keys to overcoming the challenges we face.

Now at 27 years old, this limbless young man has accomplished more than most people accomplish in a lifetime. Nick recently made the massive move from Brisbane, Australia to California, USA, where he is the President of an Nick with Kids in India international non-profit organization; Life Without Limbs, and also has his own motivational speaking company; Attitude Is Altitude. Since his first speaking engagement back when he was 19, Nick has traveled around the world, sharing his story with millions of people, speaking to a range of different groups such as students, teachers, youth, businessmen and women, entrepreneurs, and church congregations of all sizes. He has also told his story and been interviewed on various televised programs worldwide. “If God can use a man without arms and legs to be His hands and feet, then He will certainly use any willing heart!”
Ajouté: 367 semaines, 2 jours
Par: romero
Vu: 13864

Serj Tankian, frontman of California punk rockers System of a Down, is an activist for the advancement of a fair democratic system (www.electthedead.com) and a spokesman for the protection of the environment (www.skyisover.net). The two websites he has started, have helped spread the awareness over these two issues. This song, B.Y.O.B. (Bring Your Own Bombs), is about the business behind war, and how privileged politicians start them, but expect the poor to fight them.
Ajouté: 379 semaines, 3 jours
Par: romero
Vu: 9398

The HP Alliance (http://www.thehpalliance.org/aboutUs.html)

The HP Alliance takes a creative, outside of the box approach to activism by taking parallels from the Harry Potter books to educate and mobilize over 100,000 young people across the world on issues of social justice and personal empowerment. The result has been the building of a thriving, effective activist community that gets results, media attention, builds chapters, and opens the door to a new kind of activism that uses new media platforms in the most cutting edge ways.

By translating some of the world's most pressing issues into the framework of Harry Potter, it makes activism something easier to grasp and less intimidating. We often show our members how easy it is to take action by working with one of our partner NGO's. The results that we have found in this quirky quest for social justice has been astounding.
Ajouté: 379 semaines, 4 jours
Par: romero
Vu: 7319

End the wars now, bring the troops home.
Ajouté: 381 semaines, 5 jours
Par: romero
Vu: 8384

Now there's a book:
"...superbly crafted.... A must read." -Gen. Anthony Zinni, USMC (Ret.)

"This book trumps most of our accounts of the global warming crisis." --author Bill McKibben

"Al Gore should share his Nobel peace prize." -The "New Scientist"

"This is a tremendous book and well worth anyone's time to read.... You're in for a treat—Craven is funny as well as exceptionally clear, and wise." --Kim Stanley Robinson, Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author of the Mars Trilogy and Science in the Capital

"This is a terrifically thoughtful book.... Cravens book shines an illuminating floodlight on how we think about global warming."
--Ross Gelbspan, author, "The Heat Is On" and "Boiling Point"

On Amazon: http://snurl.com/kjpvp

Greg Craven (that's me!), the creator of "The Most Terrifying Video" never intended to write a book. It just sort of happened. All as a result of the two-year back-and forth I've had with the YouTube community about this video and its follow up marathon "How It All Ends."

So now "What's the Worst That Could Happen? A Rational Response to the Climate Change Debate" is available from Amazon and other sellers through the links at www.gregcraven.org, as well as your local bookstore (I hope!).

Check it out if you're intrigued by the argument in this video.

On Amazon: http://snurl.com/kjpvp

Trailer for the book: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7e10ZN...

What the critics are saying: http://www.gregcraven.org/en/the-book...

Download a 25-page preview: http://www.gregcraven.org/en/the-book...

In the press: http://www.gregcraven.org/en/the-book...
Ajouté: 383 semaines, 6 heures
Par: romero
Vu: 10871

Feature about Esperanto, from The One Show, 11th January 2010. Presented by Arthur Smith, features Tim Morley, and Terry & Anica Page.

First broadcast on BBC1 on Monday 11th January 2010
Ajouté: 400 semaines, 5 jours
Par: romero
Vu: 11890

Wyclef Jean: "Rivers of Babylon"
After a night of stirring performances, it was only right that Wyclef Jean closed out "Hope for Haiti Now." The Haitian-born star — who immediately traveled to his homeland in the aftermath of the earthquake and has raised millions of dollars for relief efforts — delivered a moving rendition of the reggae classic "Rivers of Babylon." The biblically inspired "Rivers" was written and performed by Brent Dowe and Trevor McNaughton of the Jamaican trio the Melodians in 1972, and it was included on the soundtrack to the classic Jamaican crime film "The Harder They Come." Its lyrics are based largely on Psalm 137, which details the Jewish people's despair after being exiled from Jerusalem by the Babylonians. A 1978 cover version of "Rivers of Babylon" by the disco group Boney M hit #1 in the United Kingdom and stayed there for five weeks; it peaked on the U.S. pop charts at #30. Sublime's 1992 debut 40 Oz. to Freedom featured a live version of the track, which has also been covered by Paul Simon and Sinead O'Connor. "Let the words of our mouths and the meditations of our hearts be acceptable in thy sight here tonight," 'Clef sang. That meditation, taken from Psalm 19, seemed like a fitting epigram for a night filled with appeals for awareness and assistance.
Stars flock to telethon to raise money for Haiti quake victims.
Hope For Haiti Now: A Global Benefit For Earthquake Relief. Millions of people around the world have tuned in to the "Hope for Haiti Now" two-hour telethon as more than 130 celebrities have come together to raise funds for the devastated Caribbean nation today.
A major earthquake struck southern Haiti on Tuesday, knocking down buildings and power lines and inflicting new misery on the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation. THOUSANDS of people were feared dead today after a major earthquake hit Caribbean island Haiti.
The massive quake - 7.3 on the Richter scale - has destroyed thousands of buildings in the impoverished country.
Dead and injured people lay in the streets after the quake - the strongest to hit the island in 200 years - and thousands of survivors gathered in public places.
Neluset Wyclef Jean (born October 17, 1972) is a Haitian-American multi-platinum musician, rapper, and record producer. 
Hope For Haiti Now - Friday, 22 January 2010
Ajouté: 401 semaines, 1 jour
Par: romero
Vu: 17168

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