Peter Falkenberg Brown
 
 
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Videos and Films

As of August 25, 2017, I have rebooted my YouTube channel with the broad topic of “Love, Freedom, and the World.” Visit the channel via the redirect link below:

http://peterfalkenbergbrown.com/youtube

This section contains a list of the videos on that channel.

Note that my first set of video blogs was called “The Culture of Heart,” and was produced in 2012.

The Incarnational Rights of Men and Women
~ YouTube Video
Today, the health of liberty and human rights around the world is currently at risk. Freedom is not set in stone. Do all human beings have equal and inalienable rights to freedom? more
Moments of Love
~ YouTube Video
How dreadful and painful are the words “I do not feel loved.” With those words, sometimes our breath implodes, our heart seems to stop, our life can grow dark. Some people feel that way all the time, and have felt unloved for so long that they have become brittle and old, in spirit and in heart. How can we feel loved? more
Everybody Wants Love, Beauty, Joy, and Freedom
An introduction to my new YouTube Channel: "Love, Freedom, & the World."
We all want love, beauty, joy, and freedom, but how can we create a society where those things flourish? How do we create a society where all people can be free? What does it mean to become a "Being of Love"? more
Teaching Our Children a World-Level Vision
Washington, DC ~ October 13, 2001
One month after 9/11.
11 minutes: Highlighting the need to teach our children to love and serve the world. more
Love, Democracy, and the Survival of the World
~ How Each Individual Can Make a Difference
56 minutes: Peter Falkenberg Brown
at Kansas State University
on April 13, 2011 more
The Epiphany of Zebediah Clump
~ my very first film
A comedy/drama about the Venus Transit on June 5, 2012, and the supposed End of the World.

"Zebediah Clump was doomed... In the darkened mind of Z. Clump, the tiny and seemingly insignificant movement of the planet Venus across the face of the sun was an event that reduced his body to a quivering jelly of unkempt terror. He spent the night of June 5th, 2012 curled on his bed in the fetal position, whimpering; waiting for the morning, and death, and the final depletion of his half empty glass..." more
“The Epiphany of Zebediah Clump”
Watch our first film right here.
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