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Carpe Diem
Published on January 3, 2009 By MusicMayne In Life

Ok, I have watched the movie. I must say, I came away unsettled....not in a bad way but in an.....unsettled way. The movie gravitates around the preciousness of life. That statement of: "What are...we are a vapor that appears and then is gone" or "Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more: It is a tale told by and idiot, full of sound and fury, signfying nothing" I found myself digesting the movie for an hour or so. Trying to grasp everything the story said. It said volumes. We must view this life as precious...whether we are alone or with many. Every single moment must be lived and we must love completely. The world is FULL of nastiness. People that are petty and self-absorbed that abuse themselves with overwork, alcohol, drugss...(prescription or illegal) and countless other things to try to fill the void in their life. We must learn.....pain or no pain, this life is a gift, and when looked at like a book...with a beginning and an end, life is beautiful. We are all different. We are all here. We all learn to live. My hope for you this new year is for you to embrace the new year with a zest for living.....for loving....for hope. We are here for a moment....may your moment be memorable!

on Jan 05, 2009

I guess I am getting too critical.  I found the concept interesting, but then why did he start out small (well duh!  He had to get out of the womb), but reverted to small as well?  he should have at least been a 5 foot baby.  I do like the way they did his mental state.  But too many questions on how the movie was done to make it a keeper,