Me Before You…….Gosh, just watching the trailer it brought goosebumps, mixed emotions & glee …..Yes, I won’t refrain from acknowledging the fact that some of us, including myself, the so-called “special needs’ are living such a difficult life, but along with it, I’m delighted to see someone literally spared some time to craft such a brilliant movie…Perfect to the core and echoes the facts on how to live a life filled with obstacles….Only the wearer knows where the shoe pinches, hence before commenting anything, THINK TWICE…..
We aren’t superheroes, just like an ordinary human we do have some desires, fears, anguish, aspirations, and emotions. This movie profoundly captures all of them…. It also reveals some of us refrain from showing or accepting certain emotions, either because we’ve the fear of not to be accepted/appreciated or due to the mindset of our society….. As an example, the emotions of falling in love with humanity and desiring to spend a life with that ‘special soulmate’ we dream of…..It’s all part of the human life, right? So why hide… Haha don’t get any ideas here, have lived all the emotions and glad to experience them, but yes wouldn’t feel shy to say on that subject I do get storms of questions and doubts….Hello, I’m human after all! 😀 😉
As I always say, Life is “Bed of Roses with petite thorns… wish to walk on the Bed of Thorns…Some ‘pains’ do bring tears of sorrow, agony, anguish, distrust, betrayal…
But some ‘pains’ have tears of sweetness, joys, love, smiles, and above all, it brings confidence, courage, & makes you wiser …
It’s the expedition of walking on both, Bed of Roses & Bed of Thorns, that truly epitomizes the success of journeying through the Garden of LIFE”….
Just live the life and go with the flow….Me Before You reveals just that 🙂 We all are heroes in our own unique ways….
“Let the universe guide you, just follow your soul, heart may be mischievous and misguide you, but not your soul…..” Bindiya Farswani
Image creation by Bindiya Farswani
“Part of the problem with the word ‘disabilities’ is that it immediately suggests an inability to see or hear or walk or do other things that many of us take for granted. But what of people who can’t feel? Or talk about their feelings? Or manage their feelings in constructive ways? What of people who aren’t able to form close and strong relationships? And people who cannot find fulfillment in their lives, or those who have lost hope, who live in disappointment and bitterness and find in life no joy, no love? These, it seems to me, are the real disabilities.”
― Fred Rogers,