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Do you know where your food comes from?

Back in like ’97 or ’98 my friend Brad Stanfill showed me one of the most beautiful and powerful documentaries I’ve ever seen called Baraka by Ron Fricke.

Earlier this year a clip started circulating around the net and I was reminded of its brilliance.

As it turns out, that clip is from a film called Samsara, also made by Ron Fricke and shot over 5 years in 25 countries that explores the beauty and mystery of the world and humanity.

Anyway here is one small slice of the film that examines our food supply chain.

This clip contains no words, and no words can describe it.

Make sure you watch it all the way to the end. It’s only 6 minutes.

If at any point you feel a strong need to stop watching, don’t, just skip ahead to 4:30.

Afterward I would really like to know your thoughts about it.


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  • Sharon J

    Absolutely sickening. And here ends my days of buying meat at anything but ethical butchers. Fortunately, we have one in our town. Probably will eat less meat, too, since I cannot get this movie out of my head.

  • After watching this, my 8 year old son just turned to me and said, “this is why I am going to be a sustainable farmer.”

    The little ones can change the world and so can we, by what we spend our money on. We have a choice … yes, it may cost more … but it is worth every dime.

    Thanks for sharing and I praise God that He answered your prayer when you asked Him to show you the way to healing. He is in the process of healing me of hypothyroidism. God listens when we pray and is still in the healing business.

    “My people perish for lack of knowledge.” Hosea 4:6

  • Melody Canterberry

    So very glad that I have many local resources for pasture-raised, humanely treated animals. They are pricey, but it’s worth it to know where my food is coming from.

  • video looked pretty barbaric

  • earthbaby

    Thank you for this Chris,I am seriously thinking about going vegan.My health is my most precious commodity.I am committed to taking care of it .Again,thank you. and may God continue to bless and keep you healthy.

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