My dad and I head out of the house and take the world’s strangest trip; one that has a car, a bicycle, a horse, camels, and boats and takes us to the end of the world.
This is not an ordinary trip. While on it, we get disappointed, fail, and change our route, but we learn that explorers never lose hope. We have hope, my dad and I. Because we’ll reach our dreams by getting to the furthest place in the world.
“The World is Mine” is all about hope and overcoming obstacles in life. It helps children – especially those with disabilities – to understand that by employing their imagination, they can move beyond any limitations. It depicts the combination of hope and imagination as the essence that drives life forward regardless of the cards one has been dealt.