Lives like Movies 🎥
August 16, 2017 . 0 Comment(s) .
As much as people deny it, our lives are like movies and as much as people develop the philosophy that life isn't scripted and cliché, our lives and films will always be paralleling.
Many movies are based off of catastrophic or miraculous life stories of some being, are they not? And what better than previous involvements to give the author inspiration? Plot does not always rely on imagination.
Come to think of it, most people tell the tales of their loves and the accounts of experiences like a book. There's a soul with a dream and ladder to climb to reach it. Then the works of the adventures and emotions, tugging on heart strings and tear ducts, pleading for the satisfaction of success in bringing the story to life. And finally the joyous or not so joyous ending to the saga; the very thing that surfaces the true meaning to the story.
We watch every aspect of our lives, anticipate by the melodies in our heads and discreetly hope for a happy ending. Now, we might not always get it the way we plan, or get the ending we want at all. But either way, there's a start and an end to every day and every scene. And there's the dramatic pause every event and a cherished main character. There's a sorrowful back story with an unresolved past; a breaking, splitting, forking, twisting, turning, dangerous road called the present; and an unprepared, sunny future.
There's a thin, infinite link between every action and every feeling that connects everyone with everything and every occasion with every instinct. Our conscience is guiding us and we have exposed numerous moments where we feel as though we are looking down at ourselves – at what is happening to us. We asses all the time that what is going on is similar to our television shows and our books. What's going on is cinematic.
They say that your God has a plan for you when you're born – how you will love, when you will die, how your life is. So when the people state that life isn't scripted and written out, that might go against morals because if our Creator really did have a map of our time of Earth, then in some way, we are scheduled to do what we do every day.
Once you open your mind to an idea, you start to notice it more. Hence, if you stop to look around on the things in your life and compare it to those who are fictional, you will see a resemblance. Every day – what we do, what we feel, what instinct we act on, how we act, how things go, what we say – it's all part of some story we'll soon tell to the ear of a future listener.
Our lives are our stories; some are just lucky to go public.
A/N (Sep 1, 2017): There is some part that I kind of disagree now due to my religious beliefs.