Everyone loves a movie but the lines and scenes that live in our day to day lives is what we all really remember when we shut out the lights at night.
Once too often we are faced with the question “Why Am I Here?” and “Where Am I Going?” our life revolves around these two questions. The decision making part of our life drives us to these two junctions. Any one who has seen a movie or a part of a movie that makes them think, “Why Can’t I Do/Have That?” is living in those scenes every day.
When we have responsibilities our thought process changes, when we are working toward the better life, the better family and the better “assistance” we sometimes forget the importance of what we will leave behind. The Legacy we leave our family, this world and beyond is always “lurking” in our mind, the life questions are superimposed within and we MUST know where we are now and where we are going.
Our love of a great story is a never ending insatiable mind numbing existence. The further we fantasize about “better days” the further we lose who we really are and the trip we are on. There is not one person that is not in search of their true love, escaping for moments a day to live in that love. True love brings you back every-time hoping, wishing and dreaming for MORE love from the ones you love.
This movie is about everything that we go through in our daily lives. The story is about a simple woman who is recently divorced and is changing lanes of her life. She gets out of her comfort zone, risks everything and sets out on a journey to find herself once more. This story reminds us that it’s never too late to step out of your shell, get to know yourself and to find out “Why Am I Here?” and “Where Am I Going?”.
Everyone’s story is different, they way they see themselves, their heritage their Legacy is only for them to decide how and who they will be in love with, who they are responsible for and most importantly what they are giving to all those who surround them daily.
Our own movie trailer gives as the vision of “Where we are going” but we are already there asking ourselves “Why Am I Here” and like many good stories in the movies we love some times you see the ending before you see the beginning.