Your life (the movie)

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Wow! It’s been a really hectic week. It’s 6 a.m. in the morning. I’ve never wrote on my blog at 6 a.m. in the morning. I prefer the night sky when it comes to writing.

I know I’ve asked this same question a million times but. . .

Do you love movies?

I do.

We especially like movies that motivate us and can relate to.

So, I got to thinking why we all love movies.

Here are some possible answers :

It takes you to places you can never be in.

It gives you the courage to dream for an interesting life.

It broadens the territorial bounds of your human imagination.

The fact that we all have to remember when we give these statements is that all movies are not about superheroes and fighter jets, many of the movies we cherish and watch again and again are those that are simple and set up in our ‘daily life background’.

Why do we love movies?

We love movies because it brings out the mundane parts of life we find uninteresting and includes them in the story. When we see that as human beings striving to bring a change into the drill that is the same everyday, we love it.

Why?

Because it gives us the impression that daily life can be interesting and filled with adventure. That coffee you have at 4’o’clock can be interesting and part of an amazing story. Take all that out and the story becomes dull.

Don’t believe me?

Take out all those coffee shop conversations and ‘simply driving’ scenes and see if a movie is still the same.

It will never be the same, bro.

There is an other reason why we have those scenes.

They bring out the subtle human expressions that can only be portrayed in such a change of scenery. But that also tells us something else. It is these moments in our daily lives that help us enjoy the subtle parts of the human mind. 

And it is possible to do so.

You may have to unplug from the daily drill though. At least a couple of times. You just have to take the time to enjoy the small and unimportant things in life. The important things are important on their own. It’s the unimportant and overlooked things that need help.

And when you do that, you become more friendly, you learn to value the life you have and nothing, not even a bad hair day or a late train is going to make you mad or bore you.

Human beings created boredom. He just wants to plug into the life of all the animals around him, so organised and efficient. So, when he gets free time, he tries to remind himself on what he might be losing out on. I am not saying that organising is bad. Organising is great. In fact I have never been able to master the art of being organised. The thing is, when you learn to enjoy each moment, you don’t have to be organised, because you will enjoy life and when you love something it turns your efficiency up a notch.

Do you want your every day life to be a movie?

Value each and every moment God has given you and make it important!!!

 

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Stefan

I am a college student, studying in India. I'm a musician and I love to write, be on stage, and meet people. My blogs are about looking at life from a new perspective. I try to talk about the things we all sometimes miss out on.

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