James Ussery

Aspire to Inspire

Poster for the movie "Tomorrowland"


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Imagine a world where nothing is impossible.

20152 h 10 min

Bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as "Tomorrowland."

Director Brad Bird
Runtime 2 h 10 min
Release Date 22 May 2015
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I actually had a dream about the ideas in this movie several months ago. Movies like this are future creators. The moral of the story is that we’re killing our opportunities. We need more hope in our dreams. We need more positive and optimistic views and thoughts. Our movies, books and games need more unity and core building blocks. We need to teach our children that what we think and give energy and focus to what we create. We need to ‪#‎wakeup‬ and ‪#‎cleanup‬ and increase innovation for harmony not profit. I never saw any money changing hands in this movie. That’s important to note! It’s on its way out!



James Ussery

I am a Student of Life currently living in India with my wife and son. I am interested in philosophy, discussions of life and how to make it better as we learn, individually, how to lead ourselves. We're waking up, and our mindset is changing. We need to increase our perspectives in order to become more tolerant and eventually more loving toward all life. The skeptics that would bawk at ideas of communities of people living in peace, choosing to "work" for themselves as a means for a "living" instead of profit and consumerism, simply means they aren't at the same level of understanding and aren't surrounded by an environment or others that would support those ideals. My proposal is for more people to leave their comfortable lives and conveniences and increase their time in nature. Reconnect with that which we are. My goal is in "being" not in "having"