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I keep referring back to this documentary for Dr. David Suzki's comment in it that only learning to truly love will save humanity and possibly the planet.
Just returned from the theatre watching the movie Diana. I found watching it a little difficult in the beginning, due to reasons pointed out in the reviews I've just read after seeing the movie. But by the time the credit rolled, I've had teary eyes several times; the story touched me deeply. Diana's story could be anyone's story, except for the different stages we play on. The various masks and costumes we wear do not conceal the fact that we are all here for the one and same reason... learning how to love and be loved. One of my take-aways is that the joys and pains associated with the energy of love feels the same to all of us, regardless of status, race, gender etc. How little do we truly know about others, about their struggles? It's so easy to make assumptions and judge! Thanks to Diana I feel a little wiser and more compassionate with myself and others. For that reason, I am grateful I went to see this movie.