An excerpt from Luc Besson’s movie Angel-A
This scene doesn’t need too many words.
Here is an inspirational video which I originally found on Facebook, but I wanted to also find the YouTube version to share here.
Check it out:
I really thought I posted about this movie a while back. Turns out I didn’t. This is more of a Hollywood type inspirational movie, but it’s a great one.
It’s a movie that you can watch again and again. It contains humor and also a very important life lesson: Don’t fast forward your life!
It seems that in today’s world everyone is just desperately waiting for something for them to truly start living their life. Either waiting for the weekend to come so that they can relax a little bit, or for the next vacation, the next promotion, the next… something!
People are constantly putting their life on hold… or.. trying to fast-forward through most of it to get to the ‘good part’… Why not create a life in which you can have the ‘good part’ all the time? Why not enjoy everything in your life to the fullest while you’re having it?
Things will never be the same, so start living life all the way, not just in little bits…
I saw this inspirational movie after I’ve read the book “Conversations With God”, but the movie can be a great introduction for people to see if the book is something they want to read. It’s one of the greatest books I’ve read.
When I first heard about this book, I wasn’t interested. I thought it was about religion. It wasn’t. Well… it is actually… or not… you can view with however you like, but don’t make your opinion based on purely the title.
There are lots of people who may read this message and disregard it, as I first did, those people will probably be loosing out on a life-changing experience.
I hope you’ll find this useful… and maybe start reading the books, as they’re not just great inspirational books, but much… much more!
This is quite an interesting old 1975 inspirational movie. Quite a weird name for a movie, huh? But a good one none the less.
Notice how the main characters evolve during the movie, and get over, their self imposed limitations.
“Jesus, I mean you guys do nothing but complain about how much you can’t stand it this place, and then you don’t have the guts to just walk out?”