Like most creators, I’m prone to self-doubt and to saying no for other people rather than committing fully to my creative work. I have a tendency to hold back or self-sabotage rather than lean in and embrace the vulnerability that comes with that. You too?
There is no point in this less than two hour film that we experience anything resembling a lazy stereotype or cultural cliche. Instead, what we see is blackness and gayness as sheer humanity, unabashed and unrelenting.
For the last four years I and my little family have been on a journey of sorts, one that began with the end of our church plant. It’s been a wilderness sojourn in the truest sense, and just when you thought the intensity couldn’t dial up any higher, well, it did – to 11.
The thought is this: I want the next season of my life to be marked by yes’s and no’s. (See Matt. 5:37.)
Scorsese’s Silence is a movie about doubt. More particularly, or perhaps politically, it is a movie that devastatingly critiques European Christian colonialism.
It seems like everyone in politics is going to see Hamilton. Even Vice President-Elect Mike Pence. But just before he left the theater, he got a very different kind of encore.
To imagine Hillary singing her own Hallelujah in the wake of this historic loss was simultaneously jarring and deeply healing. It summed it all up, somehow, perfectly.
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