I recently got back from watching the new Disney movie, Tomorrowland. My thoughts on it, I LOVED IT!!!! I highly recommend seeing it for yourselves! It reminded me of an important lesson. That the future is what we make it. And what are we all doing? Wars, taxes, homeless, famine, ecological disasters, I don't think that's the future people back in the 50's had in mind. I've seen some stuff over the years, we all have. People preaching of an impending apocalypse, saying that there's no hope for us. That we're all gonna perish in flames because we're on a path to self destruction. We make video games and stories about it all the time, and I think thats part of the problem. We read into this end of the world nonsense that we're actually causing it to happen. Well I say that there is NO SUCH THING as the apocalypse!
All my life I've been avoiding reading into stuff that says we're heading to the end of the world, and for a good reason. Because I believe in a better future. A future where the problems of today will be history! A future where everyone can be happy. No more money problems, no jobless, no wars, no greedy businessmen holding us back, no limits! But we can't get there on the path we're on now. Walt Disney probably knew this. He was a dreamer, an idea man! Look what he accomplished. He was just some ordinary kid who had a horrible job working in his fathers newspaper company, and he created a company that brings smiles to people everywhere. He had a dream. A dream that we all want. A dream that we must make a reality. A dream of a better tomorrow.
Walt had a plan for such a place. At first it was known as Tomorrowland, a place in Disneyland where ideas for the future were presented for the world. Later on, he came up with a better version of that. He called it EPCOT. Which stands for Experimental, Prototype, Community, Of, Tomorrow. His original vision for EPCOT was not a theme park, but an actual city with all the convinces of the future! I mean, a real city where real people could live. Sadly, he passed away and never got to see that dream.
Walt Disney was a dreamer. But he took his dreams and made the effort to make them a reality. I'm a dreamer too. My head is always full of ideas. So many that I don't know what to do with them all because this world is controlled by people who think small. People who are greedy and care only about money. For some reason I never really cared about how much money I had. I just wanted to do certain things because I thought they would be great! The movie Tomorrowland reminded me of all this, and if there are any other dreamers out there who want a better future I send this message out to you and ask you to pass it on! Don't sit on the sidelines while the world is moving by without you. If you have big ideas that could help this world, then do them! Abandon all the thoughts about the world ending, and make the effort to prevent that. Make the effort to help create a better tomorrow for good of the world. We have the power to change the world. We can make Tomorrowland a reality!
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