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Life of Pi

| February 28, 2013 | 7 Comments

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Have you seen this movie?  May I recommend it to you and your family.   A young child will probably not understand the profound meaning of this movie, but an older one will certainly do.  This may lead to a family discussion about what life is about – a journey full of adventures – seeking the inner being to develop courage, and most important, letting go of the past,  to live the present moment.

Children  are quite resilient when it comes to facing challenges.  We see our children as little one depending on parents to grow-up, forgetting that they are just like us, a soul on a journey.  Loving our children means not only pursuing education, but also developing a strong person, a future citizen taking part in society.  May you believe or not in God, there has to be a place in your child’s soul for something to grow, a bond with you is not enough, a bond with some higher Soul that in time of difficulty, sorrow, or hard times, It will be there to nourish hope, for better time and days.  Actually, all moments are part of living the soul life.  Whether choosing what to eat, drink, wear, contributes to awake consciousness.  Each person is different, you have already noticed that your child has his or her own desires, talents, and if you are intuitive, you know even as a baby, that this little person has a mind of his or her own.

Nourishing the body, educating the mind is only part of a parent’s journey, feeding the soul is the most important part of being a parent.

 

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I am a grand-parent interested in family relationships, consciousness, decor, books, movies. Unpublished author, who loves to write and expand knowledge about all that may bring peace of mind - meditation, exercise - exchange of views and opinions on what matter most in life. Love, respect and growth, harmony, friendship and understanding changes that we all face in this very important life patterns.

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  1. we really enjoyed watching this movie

  2. carla bonesteel says:

    I absolutely loved this movie! The story was great, but it was really the scenery and artistry of the film that took my breath away! It is one of the most beautiful movies I’ve seen in a very long time!

  3. Christine says:

    Glad you enjoy the movie. Saw it in 3D, quite impressive?

  4. kathy downey says:

    I have not seen this movie but it sounds excellent will look for it thanks

  5. kathy downey says:

    I have yet to see this one,maybe over the winter I guess

  6. kathy downey says:

    Finally got to watch this excellent movie

  7. Christine says:

    Hi Kathy
    Glad you like life of Pi, there are not too many movies with moral values in it. But this is a movie that has everyone addressing their comments. Thank you for your’s.

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