Embark on the last journey of a giant machine, wandering trough our masterpiece
of desolation. After the collapse.
It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society.
J.KRISHNAMURTI After thousands of years of evolution..
our civilization finally understood. That everything. Was coming.
To an end. Our society had frozen. Blinded by the gods of consumerism
we did not see that there was a huge threat coming to us. Trapped in our jobs.
We forgot to look at our fate. We followed the wrong leaders. We failed.
To thrive. Together. But in this vision on mine.. walking through our chaos was
this giant machine. Soon fear gave way to awe because I saw something and
it was extraordinary. What kind of courage do you need to keep hope in the
future when everything is already lost? But now he was short on time and he
wandered through our masterpiece of desolation.. He fought the earth as it
had turned into a monster. A monster against the desease that we were facing
the nature we had burned. He saw the world that we had over-connected in vain.
He looked at those lands. We had stolen. What was the meaning of these invisible
lines we used to protect us from ourselves? We had left. The planet full of threats.
That was a dream. My dream. But I still have hope that somehow we'll survive.
I don't want us to fight each other to thrive. I want us to fight for everything we
will leave behind. After the collapse. Everything...We will leave... Beyond us.
1. In your opinion, what is the meaning behind the title, Beyond Us?
2. What comes to mind what you hear the word machines?
3. What kind of society do you want to live in?