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This is the only type of weather we want to fall on all our heads and drip through our roofs and into our living rooms – ripping apart the electronics of our brain and causing a spark in us that, as if the light was switched on, opens our eyes and – more importantly – causes us to grope around and find a new route to our future. I loved this presentation that I felt was more like a revelation. Please keep on Raining Hard.
I just saw Mark Edwards' presentation in Santa Fe, NM. I find one of the hardest issues to surmount is this: How do we really spread the word and build awareness? As Mark said, these images have been in print over the past 30 years. Yet, each time I attend an event like this it feels like the presenter is preaching to the choir (the choir being people who care and want to take action.) How do we get those who believe ignorance is bliss to open their eyes and change the way they live? The presentation moved me. Many images were frightening. Some were hopeful. All carried a complicated beauty. I will use this website to try and educate others, particularly sharing with youth so they can learn to avoid continuing with the mistakes of their forefathers. Thank you.
Hard rain touched the very core of my being, it is powereful beyond words. When will we wake up? When will we care about something bigger than ourselves and make changes for the greater good? How have we become so blind to our surroundings that we think what we do in our everyday lives have no consequences.