Moving from Awareness to Doing, Billions in Change Film
Today I was made aware of an ambassador of change, an ambassador of compassion to our mother earth and humanity, a man who has moved past mindful awareness into a doer, planting seeds of change globally.
“Awareness doesn’t reduce pollution or grow food, that takes doing.” – Manoj Bhargava
Manoj Bhargava is the founder of 5 Hour Energy. As well as the philanthropic movement ‘Billions in Change’. Manoj has decided to use 99% of his net worth (4 Billion+) to heal and serve the needs of the world. Focusing on fresh water, clean electricity and healthcare.
His documentary film, Billions in Change highlights the problem areas of the world, and shows how he and his people are working together to make a lasting impact in not only the lives of others, but for our planet as well. Please view the film, share it with your loved ones, your co-workers and your community. If we want change in the world, we need action. I’ve been in disaster relief and global volunteer work for fifteen years, my husband and I do our best to educate our children about the needs of the world, as well as how to be of service for the sake of others. The first step is devoting yourself to advocacy, to fight for what you believe in then take action and do something that affects another for the greater good, secondly is teaching the children and the youth to be ambassadors of change for our planet and humanity.
The world is facing some huge problems. There’s a lot of talk about how to solve them. But talk doesn’t reduce pollution, or grow food, or heal the sick. That takes doing. This film is the story about a group of doers, the elegantly simple inventions they have made to change the lives of billions of people, and the unconventional billionaire spearheading the project.
So what is Billions in Change?
Billions in Change is a movement to save the world by creating and implementing solutions to the most basic global problems – water, energy and health. Doing so will raise billions of people out of poverty and improve the lives of everyone – rich and poor.
BILLIONS IN CHANGE
The time for raising awareness is over. It is time to implement solutions to the most important global problems – water, energy and health.
Water (Rain Maker) Read More
The availability of fresh water affects rich and poor alike. Solving water shortages will impact humanity in the most significant way. For rich countries, the availability of fresh water means global, economic stability. For poor countries, it’s the foundation of life, livelihood and health.
Energy (Free Electric & Limitless Electric) Read More
The availability of electricity affects both rich and poor as well. For the rich, pollution from fossil fuel sources has created huge health problems for people and the planet. For the poor, lack of electricity has kept them in poverty by putting education, livelihood and basic necessities out of reach.
Health (Renew) Read More
The healthcare system for both rich and poor is inadequate. It focuses on treating illness. But a more sensible approach is to prevent illness. Technologies that help prevent illness exist. They need to be implemented for the benefit of people – free from profit seekers and government red tape.
VIEW BILLIONS IN CHANGE TRAILER
Inspired to change the world with us? We don’t want your money, but we need your voice. So tell others about Rain Maker, Free Electric and Renew. Share the Billions in Change film. By making noise, policy makers and elected officials can’t help but take notice.
DOWNLOAD THE FILM & WATCH HERE
Our philosophy is simple – make things that meet the basic needs of those who don’t have the basics, thus enabling them to provide for themselves, their families and their communities. These basic needs include fresh water for drinking and agriculture; clean electricity to power homes, schools and businesses; and healthcare solutions that prevent disease.
We believe talking about change changes little. Creating awareness doesn’t stop pollution, grow food or heal the sick. These things take doing. And that’s what Billions in Change is all about – creating and implementing solutions that meet basic needs, and thereby creating a positive impact on billions of people around the world.
How You Can Help
You can help. Not with money, but with your voice. If you like what Billions in Change is all about, tell others – friends, coworkers and officials in local, state and national government. We have the technologies to change the lives of billions of people. With your help, these technologies will be adopted and implemented quickly. Join us and make a lasting impact on our world.
“What do entrepreneurs need? Only two things: A common sense and a sense of urgency.” –Manjo Bhavgava
A Special Thank You.
I’m touched, inspired and motivated to move from awareness into doing. I’ve been a volunteer globally most of my life, and have encountered the issues of the world. I travel as a family with my husband and young sons to serve where it’s needed. This film has given a visual of your endless generosity and the impact it will make in not only the lives of others, but our world.
Manjo, you an example of greatness, a mirror of what true selflessness is. You are also opening the doors for others to walk through allowing them to make impressions within the lives of others, from my understanding and experience I feel that living from the sweet spot, our soul, is the only way to truly live… and giving for the sake of giving is the main reason my husband and I work as hard as we do, not only to give to our young sons, but to the world. We are not rich, but we feel that our volunteerism is a way we can be every day philanthropists. We hope to one day be able to serve more, another reason for us working for the sake of serving…thank you, thank you, thank you…my life work is to support you and all of the ambassadors of compassion. We are now part of the Billions in Change, and will do our part and walk the walk of greatness alongside the tribe of compassionate and mindful ‘Doer’s’.
Mission Statement – www.billionsinchange.com
Image Source/Manjo Bhavgava: Film ‘Billions In Change’