Representation matters in movies, because when we do not portray a world that is representative of the reality of this beautifully diverse planet that we live on, when we do not present the possibility of impossibility to all; we deny people the opportunity to dream and to project. It is not simply the narrative that we lead people to believe, by giving them this historic line that they are some how less than, but it is also the lack of possibility that we deny people, by reducing their capacity to dream.
I recently finished reading the book Grateful by Diana Butler Bass. She was a guest on the Faith Angle podcast and her input to that conversation intrigued me to the point of buying and reading the book What do you think of when you hear the word grateful? Is it possible that we apply an... Continue Reading →
So often we seek to limit the limitless Contain it in rules, in words, in a book We assigned a gender to the divine God the father, God the man God the person? God the human … hmmm But is that what God really is? Eternal, infinite God The holy, the divine We... Continue Reading →