hey @MurielAboulrouss the vid is lovely ( at least the 1st one, it makes me want to see them all, will do so and may be then have another comment )
well I agree that everything we create is a reflection of who we are, at the moment of creation, and having in mind that our creations and designs shape us back. so yes it can shape our future as well.
so as we shape our tools , they shape us back. ( since you make videos here is a video about this from another "filmmaker" )
but then again going back to this social media concept and algorithms shaping our experience leads to separated bubbles, so don't fully agree on the ability to produce massive change through social media. or in other words, change via social media can happen but it's limited by the actual physical power on the ground as well.
one example to this, that I usually use, is that Clay Shirky in his book "here comes everybody" published in 2008, mentioned the egyptian activists including Alaa Abdelfattah using twitter to arrange gatherings and stop arrests on the spot. but fast forward to this day, Alaa himself is in prison among a lot of other activists. so change did happen but nowadays, it is not enough I would say.
this is not to say that social media is useless, no but to know that change is incremental and takes a lot of time, also real change, change within single people not crowds may come from a process of honest discussions, rethinking, self-reevaluation, openness, admitting and acknowledging failure.
so I feel your pain of the wasted talents, I see this too but knowing that the "stream" is very powerful so swimming against it is a tough process that requires a lot of belief. back to the vid I believe that she was speaking honestly when she said "there are no coincidences" and her acceptance and trying to find her place in her own life. the honesty here is what caught me, and starting from here and being able to have honest discussions with self and others could be a starting point.
thanks for sharing again and will have a look on the other web series