A Vision for the Media #2

Here is an eloquent, yet touching letter that came in from Pam Waterhouse in the UK. Pam says: “Hi there, I am so happy to be a part of your Visions! I have aligned with every one of them, and can’t wait for you to hit the three million mark! I am personally very concerned about the Media and feel it is so sad that television and the internet – which should and could be playing such a vital role in uplifting the collective consciousness – is so often used to spread violence, fear, anger, envy and negativity in so many ways. I have tried to put my thoughts into a “Vision” which I am attaching here for you.
Yours sincerely,
We envision the time when the Media has become fully aware of its power and the part it plays in the collective consciousness; a time when all those who carry the enormous responsibility of projecting words and pictures into the homes and minds of millions of souls do so with integrity and respect for this great duty of care which they carry; a time when violence and obscenities are no longer considered appropriate viewing material – and gaming programs – and the damaging, negative effect of such on individuals and whole societies – is acknowledged; a time when it is recognized that even the images of starving and suffering souls in third world countries does not serve their interests, but expands and increases the suffering exponentially.

We envision a time when the media ~ film, television, radio, and the internet ~ is fulfilling a role which is central to our spiritual, mental, physical and emotional education and the development of all who interact with it; and that it is providing a loving, caring vehicle for spiritual development, knowledge, and appreciation of the Oneness of All Humankind. We see a time when the media is predominantly used for spreading good news rather than bad, spreading Love rather than Fear, and being a key player in bringing our Global Family together.

Thank You, Pam!



“The number of problems a person has tells you exactly how fast he will work in life. If he has quite a few problems, he may get hectic and work hysterically fast, but then he will eventually slow down. He’ll tire out. But the number of problems a person has determines his speed of accomplishment.

“And if you want anybody to speed up in life in general, just take care of his problems, get his stuck problems out of the way and get those things all squared up and you will find that the individual speeds up in doingness in life.

“That works, by the way—that’s quite a handy thing to know. You see that a workman or an executive or something like that just can’t ever seem to accomplish anything. Well, he has problems.”






“Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood.”
Nobel Prize Winner, Marie Curie

Your action for today is to see if you can bring some greater understanding to one of your fears.

Have an extraordinary day!

About catherinehislop

I am the Founder of Global Unity Harmony Foundation
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