On December 12th, 2012 we will reach the numerical paradigm, 12.12.12.
To some, it will be just like any other day, but for others, beliefs vary. Some understand this to be a day of great luck; a day when you should get married (Bahamas is even offering some pretty sweet deals), while others predict this day will mark the end of the world.
Not the first of it’s kind, One Day on Earth - an organization of documentary filmmakers, students, and other creative types – decided to document these numerical anomalies beginning with 10.10.10 in 2010 and 11.11.11 in 2011. The idea was to capture the diversity of what happens on one day as you span across the globe.
Check out the preview below:
The video shows a nice mix of simple, every day life, which can be both banal and breathtakingly beautiful, merged with scenes of triumph and even tragedy. It’s powerful because it sheds light on how we often take for granted things happening in far reaches of the world as we move through the daily madness of our own busy lives. One Day on Earth is a great little way to check in.
To participate in this year’s film, sign up here by midnight tonight (EST)
For more information, visit: www.onedayonearth.org