Thursday, June 29, 2006

Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, & The Wardrobe.

The story of Narnia has many similarities of the allegory and the Bible.
In this audio, it speaks of the Turkish Delight, Edmund, The Witch, and Aslan.
While the speaker talks of an excerpt of the movie, (to some) you can immediately identify the importance of the excerpt; (to others) you will know God’s Love for you.

Have you watched The Passion directed by Mel Gibson?
Have you understood the meaning portrayed in that movie?
Were you moved?

If you ask me, yes, we have a DVD, but I watched the movie ONCE. Not at home with the DVD player, but during a one-week camping retreat.
I do know the portrayal of the movie.
Was I moved? Honestly, I was not.

However, when I first heard this audio, I was moved. I can understand the implications of this metaphorical story. Hmm. I understand, maybe because I fantasize a lot and enjoy watching movies that are figurative or symbolic (both) though unrealistic (e.g. Willy Wonka (or Charlie) & The Chocolate Factory, Finding Neverland, Big Fish, Nanny McPhee, Unforgettable Events etc.)

If you are someone who also enjoy watching movies as such or dream unreachable dreams yet love doing it, then this audio can hopefully help you find what you are looking for.

You may share this audio to anyone. And I mean to ANYONE.

Well anyway, take care and good listening.

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