Bob Knotts | April 25, 2011
We hope you may want to “friend” us on Facebook by joining the Humanity Project’s online branch for free. You can do that at this link: http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=32102310237 We’d also love you to become one of our Twitter followers. Just go to this link: http://twitter.com/#!/Humanity1.
Bob Knotts | April 15, 2011
The focus of the Humanity Project is helping individuals to recognize they are part of “us.” Humanity. We believe that the only way to truly improve society is by improving individuals, just as better players create a better baseball team. This blog explains that comparison in more detail. We think one good way to accomplish this individual improvement in our society is through showing people that they exist in a larger context, just as great baseball players see themselves as part of a team. Then we show them how to live according to this wider perspective.
Bob Knotts | April 11, 2011
I have never written a movie review for the Humanity Project. Today, I make an exception — well, not a movie review exactly. More like a movie recommendation. This is because I watched the most amazing documentary over the weekend and I wanted to share it with you. It focuses on a school project that required big doses of cooperation and social connection, which is what our mission is all about. So the subject matter seems very appropriate. The movie is called, “Paper Clips.”
Bob Knotts | April 5, 2011
On Saturday, April 9, the Humanity Project will partner with many other great organizations in South Florida to help prevent child abuse. Actually, we’ve been part of this multi-agency effort since late last year. Called Broward AWARE, the campaign aims to raise awareness about many aspects of this horrendous problem.