Being Connected 2016

Being connected means?
Well we all have our on ways of defining it; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat, but when was the last time we looked at the bigger picture?
We all have our own little world, which is most likely to be consisted of family, friends, jobs and our social networks. We laugh with them in their joyous moments and give them a shoulder to cry on when they are feeling low. We feel the need to tweet letting everyone know that the liquid is finished or the neighbour is “totally smashed”.  We tag our friends on memes to share the laughter, and post pictures on Instagram of our breakfast from this morning.

What about our brothers and sisters from the other side of the world? How many times of the day do we think about them?
Their little world once consisted of family and friends, but now they are all alone. They are rummaging through the bins for their lunch, no one to share their joyous moments with and no one to cry on. They can’t even turn to social networks to share their emotions, instead they are hiding to save their lives.

Why is it so easy for people to feed hate into our hearts and mind? are we that weak?
No matter our colour, race, religion we are all one. This world is ours and we all equally have rights over it. We can take the negativity out of our hearts and minds and make peace.

We can all unite as one to save our brothers and sisters, we can get out of our little world and connect with the bigger world.

I made this vine to portray how we don’t need to divide into colour, race or religion just because someone with a little more money and status says so. In fact we are all ONE, we are all ONE big family and we can help our brothers and sister as ONE.