KarmaTube

Do Something Videos - KarmaTube is a collection of inspiring videos accompanied by simple actions that every viewer can take. KarmaTube is dedicated to bringing inspirational stories to light, using the power of video and the internet to multiply acts of kindness, beauty, and generosity
  • Musicians on Kindness (2021/01/14 10:00)
    "What if kindness was a form of music, with its own rhythm, its own flow, its own song?" This engaging video points out the give and take of the whole human experience through highlighting music, with its reciprocal energy which inspires both the musicians and their audiences. The featured street musicians reflect on the power of music to make kindness contagious.
  • Fare Well - Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2020 (Part 1) (2021/01/07 10:00)
    Hogmanay is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year. Its origins reach back to the celebration of the winter solstice, although the date has been changed to suit the Roman calendar. This year, because people were not able to come together physically, entertainment company, Underbelly, has shared its spectacular drone show online, in three parts. The visuals are accompanied by words by Scotland's poet laureate, Jackie Kay, and read by Scottish performers, including David Tennant, Siobhan Redmond, and Lorne MacFadyen, with music by Celtic electronic band Niteworks. Enjoy the show!
  • Virtually Together (2020/12/31 10:00)
    In honor of the first responders and heroes of the COVID-19 crisis, the musicians of River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO) came together virtually from across the U.S. and Canada to perform ROCO's commission "Anthem of Hope" by Anthony DiLorenzo - offering hope and strength during this difficult time. This coming year, may you be safe, may you be healthy, and may you find peace. And please be kind - to yourself and others.
  • Art for the Sky (2020/12/24 10:00)
    Daniel Dancer is an art-activist who creates and films gigantic living paintings made of people that only make sense from the sky. Why? To bring people together, often young students, to create flashes of beauty that teach tangibly about the power of unity, the importance of nature, and the impermanence of just about everything. Listen as Dancer elaborates on the many lessons that the community can take from these ephemeral art actions.
  • Tashi and the Monk (2020/12/17 10:00)
    On a remote mountaintop, former Buddhist monk Lobsang Phuntsok attempts to heal his own childhood abandonment by adopting 85 unwanted children and raising them with love and compassion at Jhamtse Gatsal, a children's community in the foothills of the Himalayas. This film, directed by Andrew Hinton and Johnny Burke, follows Jhamtse's newest arrival, a wild and troubled 5-year-old girl named Tashi, as she learns what love is and how it can help her to heal.
  • Fools and Dreamers: Regenerating a Native Forest (2020/12/10 10:00)
    This 30-minute documentary about Hinewai Reserve, on New Zealand’s Banks Peninsula, is an incredible story of how degraded, gorse-infested farmland, has been regenerated into beautiful native forest over the course of 30 years. Once considered a plan expected only of fools and dreamers, manager, botanist Hugh Wilson, is now considered a hero locally and across the country for bringing back 1,500 hectares of native forest, with abundant wildlife and permanent flows of water.
  • Snack Attack (2020/12/03 10:00)
    Waiting to board a train, an old lady just wants to eat her cookies in peace, but hijinks ensue when a teenager on the bench next to her seems intent on sharing them, too. This delightful animation was directed by Andrew Cadelago, with music by Roberto Murguia.

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