‘… in those life experiences of our greatest pain and suffering also comes the greatest love and beauty, and transformation.

Sarah is outwardly gregarious. If one were to remain observing from a far, or even from ‘closer-in’ engaged in the conversations that fill normal days, that is one might assume.

But I’ve come to realize that each person is not what they might seem on first glance. There is so often a tremendous hidden depth. I think each of us might hurt. And each of us might be in some fashion lost.

In This Time of Chaos

In this time of visceral chaos
what if this were the
last time I were to see you.

Might the possibility of
words left unsaid
haunt the rest of my days.

 

If we were to gift our full and undivided attention to another, then we might recognize ourselves in the reflection. And then where would we be?

This is a film about sudden loss, and the experience of telling a young child that her Father had died.

This film, as so many are, was filmed live and unplanned in front of an audience in the INNER VIEW METHOD. You are welcome to watch the Intro Film below using full screen and full attention.

‘Fade into Time’

When all is said.
And done.

And my ashes
return
to dust.

The footsteps
I leave
behind me
will fade
into time.

They just will.

So might I make
the most of
these short days.

Might now
be the time
to live as
only I can.