11.The filmmakers discover that humans are hardwired for acompassionate response when we see others in distress. What dothey discover about our brain functioning when we are angry? Whatdo they discover about our brain functioning when we’re in a stateon compassion?12.Our brain is usually considered the center of our ideas, actions,emotions, etc. but after more research, what system is believed topossibly know information FIRST?13.Human emotionality (our feelings, the ‘vibes’ we send out intothe world) can do what to our environment?14.What did Native Americans believe was considered a ‘mentalillness?’15.When something DOES take more than its fair share, what do wecall that?
“Harder still it has proved to rule the dragon money… a wholegeneration adopted false principles, and went to their gravesin the belief they were enriching the country they wereimpoverishing.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
16.List at least 3 examples of non-violent movements they mentionin the film:1.2.3.
“Love your enemies,Bless them that curse you,Be good to them that hate you,And pray for them which spitefully use you.”--Matthew 5:44
17.What did Martin Luther King believe would save our world andour civilization?
“It was easy to love God in all that was beautiful. The lessonsof deeper knowledge, though, instructed me to embrace God inall things.” – St. Francis of Assisi
18.The final comment from the filmmaker is that we all cast ourvotes each day with what we do and what we don’t do. So, whatdoes he say is the way to change the world?