Trec1000 – Just over a year ago I joined the TREC1000 team on the last days of their 1000km walk. Bringing home the poignant fact that every step matters, Fritz Breytenbach and team added spiritual meaning and hope to the fight for the rhino in Southern Africa. A dynamic and inspired group of people that ‘had to do something’, and did.  

Fritz was joined by filmmaker Steven Lyon as he captured the experience for the Something that Matters documentary. This is the trailer to it, which brings back strong memories and renewed purpose. Because of security issues it can’t be viewed here, but click on this link to watch and learn more. I cannot wait for the whole production.

Read about TREC1000 involvement here.

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