I’m in the middle of working on an assignment for a fantastic project that involves the United Nations and a big summit that is happening in NY in a month.

It’s very thrilling and it’s been one of the most frustrating and stressful projects I’ve ever been involved with, mainly because of the bureaucratic nightmares that are necessary to overcome with when you’re working with such an enormous organization.

But I’ve learned so much about what is happening in third world countries and about the Millenium Project, about what has been achieved and how much is left to do. Our job is about making films around the world and sharing information about projects that have succeeded and the lessons learned.  

I’m being very vague because I have to work on a script now, but I just wanted to say that all of this couldn’t have come at a better time.  It is totally engrossing and challenging to deal with all the stress and learning about the world – especially when the past year has been so involved with grieving so many losses. This has put my problems in perspective and taken the focus off of me. And aside from feeling like this is giving me a strong sense of purpose, it has also enabled me to make money – which for everyone in the world, especially those who are living in poverty – the chance to make money and improve your life and the life of your family, is a universal theme, no matter where you live. 

2 Thoughts on “Big changes

  1. Wonderful news, Robin!

  2. That is wonderful. I believe it is impossible to be depressed when you are of service to others. How exciting for you.

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