Often asked, the question of “Does death at your door turn your life around?” makes for a lively discussion. It is a soul-searching question, one that I, myself, have given time, energy and thoughtfulness to in my lifetime. In yesterday’s post I introduced you to the trailer for the movie by Tim Wilson called Griefwalker. Today I invite you to watch the movie and to discuss it here with us.
For me, there were so many takeaways in the movie that I jotted them down randomly in the fervent hope of remembering them. I know that I will need to revisit the movie again to allow the understandings to seep into my bones a little deeper. In the meantime, should you feel inclined, the movie is 1:10 long and can be found on Amazon prime for free if you have a membership.
I do not wish to color your views so I will leave my thoughts of the movie until tomorrow. But I leave you with Heather’s words which I think are perfect:
“Stick with it…it’s hard and painful and challenging…and strangely insightful and moving and makes you question how much we actually ‘see.’ I think he has a deep knowledge and he made me feel at times angry…triggers that I have to face, but mostly he brought great pondering and peace.”
P.S. Rabbit Rabbit
I past this link on to a friend who works in palliative care. I wonder if she has seen it before… Will have to put some time aside to watch more myself
Let me know what you think Helen…I think you have to be in the right mood to watch, but it is well-worth it. ♥
I watched the whole thing. It makes me think of the sacredness of the journey. What if someone had told us clearly during our deepest struggles that this is a very sacred journey? So inspiring as always. I had been thinking about the sacredness. ♡
I HEARTily agree with you Laurie ~ it is the sacredness of the journey. ♥