5D Media

5D Media 5D Media is committed to the publication of forward thinking resources across all genres - those willing to see things through a difficult lens.

5D Media, established in 2013, publishes resources across various genres to support anyone interested in inspiring and uplifting future generations. Our aim is to increase 5th Dimensional thinking amongst the masses - A reality in which love, compassion, peace and spiritual wisdom prevails over all.

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#Repost @theconsciouskid ・・・When I was a child, the way adults dealt with race in my community was by not talking about ...
08/11/2017

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When I was a child, the way adults dealt with race in my community was by not talking about it. I remember in fifth grade, after I'd answered a question correctly, a boy burst in saying, “She just knows that because she’s Chin—,” only to be cut off by our teacher. She shook her head at him, then continued on with the lesson as if nothing had happened. But the message was clear. We were to never mention my race. I realize now that silencing my classmate was my teacher's way of trying to create racially blind kids, kids who “don’t see color.” But as the only Asian in a classroom of white faces, I did not feel colorless. I felt as if I had this shameful secret that everyone knew, but didn’t talk about. The imposed silence just made me feel something was wrong with me. And, attempting to teach color-blindness apparently didn’t help at least one of my fellow students, either. Thanks to social media, I recently found myself reading an article from my hometown newspaper. A refugee resettlement center's budget had been cut, making it likely no new refugees would be coming to town. One comment, upset me more than the others. The name of the person who wrote it was familiar; He was one of my fifth grade classmates. That discovery was one reason I decided to become chair of the Diversity Committee [at my child's preschool]. I convinced the committee to develop at our school something we're calling the Community Book Stop -- a small library that contains books featuring characters of color. Inside each book we've taped discussion suggestion sheets to help foster conversation between parents and their kids. We've also included blank paper so parents can share their thoughts to help the next reader. It’s a simple idea, but one I hope will bring the topic of race into the home and beyond. And while I know that seems like a small action considering what's needed in the world, it's from seeds that everything begins. If we’re lucky, this project will nurture a culture in which we can acknowledge our differences, and talk about our problems. Maybe, by doing so, we'll even begin to fix them. (Grace Lin, New England Public Radio)

You got this ..... #motivation
08/08/2017

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Speak your truth ...
07/02/2017

Speak your truth ...

You know more than you think ...
05/29/2017

You know more than you think ...

Hustle First ....
05/14/2017

Hustle First ....

#staywoke
05/09/2017

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04/19/2017

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