Will you be switching off your lights for WWF’s Earth Hour?

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On 30 March every year, millions of people around the world switch off their lights for an hour at 8:30pm in a pledge to help save our planet. Some of the globe’s biggest landmarks get involved in the movement too, with Australia’s Sydney Opera House, France’s Eiffel Tower and Scotland’s Edinburgh Castle all going dark for the event.

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Do you hear the people sing?…

#72: (Silver screen) Take a quote from your favourite movie — there’s the title of your post. Now, write!

…Singing a song of angry men? It is the music of a people who will not be slaves again!

Ok, technically not a quote but Les Miserables is a film that’s sung, so I couldn’t really help that. I chose this quote in particular, as not only do I love singing, I also love the powerful message in it, which is the unity among the masses when standing up for what’s right instead of bowing down and conforming! It’s a shame that it doesn’t happen more often as I can think of quite a few causes that would benefit from a strong, united front… the fight against the widely used Palm Oil which kills many Orangutans in it’s production process, the scary truth and the planets concerning future if we don’t do anything about the retreating glaciers (please spend a minor 90 seconds to watch this incredibly moving and inspiring video created by a very passionate and dedicated individual) and of course, the preservation of all of the incredible species on this planet, regardless of how big or small they are – they all deserve their place here!