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BE BRAVE – THE MOVIE

A BROTHER’S DYING WISH – A SISTER’S UNDYING PROMISE – BRAVE IS A FILM THAT CONNECTS US ALL

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ElevateFamily.us joins Inspired Parenting as we launch our first Conscious Collaborators (C2) initiative

Inspired Parenting has a lot of latitude in deciding the best way to operate in order to provide an important resource that meets the needs of parents, caregivers, and children in the local community and our larger global family.

That makes community giving really special and fun for us. Part of our “Give as We Grow” mentality is in not waiting for profitability before we give back to our communities and support our colleagues.  It’s more about “What value can I provide to this person so that he or she feels they’ve not only received honest value; but also feel valued”.

To celebrate our first of many C2 initiatives, we’re shouting out loud and strong through our various digital and print platforms to support an important movie that features the most inspired parenting of all—a mother being fully present with her son through his battle for his life. There are countless amazing family moments that are very inspiring and beautiful in this movie.

Please take a look at the trailer below, and if it moves you as much as it moves us, share and contribute to this powerful project spearheaded by Mikki Willis, who so beautifully graced the cover of and shared his own courageous story inside our premiere edition of Inspired Parenting magazine.

daniel_northcutt_2_250pxwBursting with unquenchable curiosity and a boundless love for life, Daniel Northcott was a one-of-a-kind filmmaker. Barely 20, he set out on a decade-long quest to travel the world, spreading his infectious enthusiasm across four continents and dozens of cultures. Through ruins and cities, war zones and sacred sites, he captured each precious moment on camera with an eye for what interconnects us all to each other, our planet and the Universe.

In April of 2007, Dan’s journey led him to a greater adventure than he had ever imagined. Despite warnings of an ancient curse, he brought home a bone from a sacrificial Mayan burial cave in Yucatán, and just months later he was diagnosed with leukemia – cancer of the bone marrow.

daniel_northcutt_300pxwWhen Daniel learned 8 years into his film project that he had only months to live he began a race to complete his unfinished film. With over 3 thousand hours of footage, and no energy or time left, he made a 40-minute sketch of the film and left the footage in his will to his sister Erin Northcott. His last wish was for her to complete his film.

 

YOU CAN HELP ERIN FINISH DANIEL’S MOVIE – SHARE AND/OR CONTRIBUTE TO ERIN’S INDIEGOGO FUND NOW.