As an underdog myself, I always root for the built from sediment businesses and organizations. When I finished watching this amazing video I had to lift my mouth up from beneath the floor. I felt so inspired by this organization called the Landfillharmonic. Landfillharmonic started in Paraguay, and it teaches music to children who are extremely underprivileged. The students construct instruments from garbage that they dig out of landfills in their town and make beautiful music. Be ready for your mind to explode.
These children set an example for other people who do not have the ability to buy everything they want. Landfillharmonic teaches people the importance of never giving up hope on your dreams and goals. One of the leaders of the organization talked about how he doubted that any of the instruments would actually work, mostly because he has never seen anyone do it before. This is a valuable lesson to everyone across the world: do not let anyone shame your ideas because they never heard of it before. Darryl Zanuck, the executive at 20th Century FOX in 1946 said, “Television won’t be able to hold on to any market it captures after the first six months. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night.” Zanuck did not believe in the ability of something new to innovate how people lived. You should not let anyone dictate your future just because they have never seen it done before.