There’s so much you can learn from good movies,
especially the ones that inspire.
“If you build it, they will come.” That was one of the messages that was whispered from the depths of the Iowa corn field – “to ease his pain.”
Belief helped that character to level part of that same corn field to build a baseball diamond for a bunch of ghosts. Of course, he did not know that was for whom it was built.
He had a belief that something big, something important was to happen.
Similar belief occurred as Morpheus continued to look for humanity’s savior from the mechanized horde that was enslaving them. Neo didn’t believe it, at first. But as his belief started to grow, so did his strength, fortitude, boldness and courage. Fear diminished and, even with the uncertain, he did not fear death.
He had a new type of sight, of vision. Morpheus frequently asked him, “What do you see?” From his new belief sprang forth a vision and a clarity that even the characters that imparted the initial vision to him did not see.
And he began to believe what was thought to be impossible as possible…
and it became reality.
Whether it be the blue pill of self delusion or the red pill of life as it is, both pills are of your chosing.
Only you can choose what you see.