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07th Dec 2014 Connective Session: My life as a trailer

Last session we invested our time to watch a short film, “my life as a trailer”. Personally i love this short film. How about you? Imagine your life story as a movie trailer. That’s Julia assignment in the film. As she struggled to define who she really is, she begins to see the bigger picture. And I hoped the 15min film can set you thinking of the question:”who am I?”.

No one told us what we were. No one told us we should go. No one told us that it would be easy. Someone once said that we are our dreams. If we don’t dream we are no longer alive. We’ll fight for our dreams, we’ll pursue our passions, because we believe that the meaning of life is not following anyone else’s path. The meaning is in forging our own paths towards what we love. And despite the difficulties, every fall teaches us how to carry on.

Reflective questions: 

1) What life choices have you made trying to please someone else?
2) How would you like your life movie to end?

At the end of our life adventure, what are we after? Might it be life? What is the ultimate objective of all experiences?Of all adventure? Of life? Is it achieving goals or moving towards them? Is it reaching the horizon or discovering the landscapes we cross to get there? Is life crossing the finish line or the emotions and feelings inside ourselves? We are people forged from dreams, emotions and feelings.

Real life is what we carry inside us and only in silence can we truly explore ourselves.

Connect with all of you again in our next meetup.

Namaste!

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