A mandatory 6 minute film for humanity from intothebardo.wordpress.com

THE BeZINE

GRATITUDE

Introduction to a Short Film

by

Jamie Dedes

I am so charmed by this six-minute moving-image film – you will be too – that I had to post it on Into the Bardo. I first shared it some time ago on at my primary playground, (Musing by Moonlight), where it was well received. If you can’t access YouTube or this specific video from your country, this film and The Hidden Beauty of Pollination are both on the TED talks site.

THE WISE AND GRACE-FILLED NARRATIVE

THE HEART OF THE FILM

The heart of this little gem is the gift of the very dear Br. David Steindl-Rast. If you are familiar with Br. David’s philosophy, writing, and voice, you will have immediately recognized who wrote and delivered the narrative.

BROTHER DAVID STEINDL-RAST (b. 1926)

Viennese, Catholic Benedictine Monk

Br. David is notable for his work…

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  1. Oh thank you so much for this beautiful video. I had seen it before, but was so pleased to watch it again, with its beautiful images and message. Yes, this will be a Good Day.

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  2. Good Lord, Michael, this is gorgeous. That little girl will be president one day, if we’re lucky. Her thoughts on TV, especially… and the naturalness, no staging – I mean, she’s trying to pick off a little “hitchhiker” there and it’s completely normal. I’m going to distribute this link to friends. Peace, Amy

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  3. I reblogged this one as well last week — and it has had a rippling effect!!
    I am so glad Jamie posted it …. may more and more view it through each of our blogs!!

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