But when the soul within you is drowning, starving, ignored, and unkempt, everything you do on the outside is futile. So beauty is then much more all-encompassing than what our society tries to lead us to believe.
It rarely ends well. So we pretend to be the people we think society wants us to be in order to meet the desperate needs of our souls.
Let me be clear: these are not just wants or desires; these are God-given needs. What water, food, air, sleep, and sunlight are to your body; love, acceptance, attention, approval, and significance are to your soul. In fact, in many circles the soul is thought of as something inherently evil. In other words, some people teach that to be truly spiritual you must suppress or ignore the needs of your soul and instead focus only on spiritual things.
You can go to church every day, read your Bible consistently, and pray all the time, but none of these things will fulfill the need you have for oxygen. We must learn to care for our soul needs if we ever hope to cultivate Kingdom virtues that empower us to walk in our high callings, and if we ever hope to demonstrate the true beauty of our creator in us.
So today I want to challenge you to take some time and assess what soul needs could use some attention in your life? What does your heart need? Is it rest, fun, connection with a friend? Soul to Keep is one of those films that aims to be something more while paying its dues to what has come before.
LRM Online had the opportunity to speak with filmmakers David Allensworth and Moniere who stated that Tara came later in the story development and was not a part of the original script. Bug John Magaro Bug rejects this idea. Opalescent Orchard The Gift of Time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the sleepy town of Riverton, legend tells of a serial killer who swore he would return to murder the seven children born the night he died. We found out his father was dead and his mother was in jail.
It tells the story of a group of young adults that go to a creepy old house for a weekend of fun. Sandra Mae Frank does a delightful job portraying Tara, and the rest of the cast does an amazing job at seeming like natural signers.
LRM Online had the opportunity to speak with filmmakers David Allensworth and Moniere who stated that Tara came later in the story development and was not a part of the original script. This is a breath of fresh air in an era of filmmaking where people are constantly trying to pat themselves on the back for putting this or that type of person in their film.
The movie does a great job of paying homage to the horror movies of old but not in a patronizing way. The writers crafted a story that provides good twists and a final act that will leave the audience in awe.
This movie benefits from not being a gore focused film. It earns its scares through the story and character development and never settles for cheap moments.
This is a true ensemble film and no one person carries the film on their shoulders. The story follows a mostly logical arc, with a traditional suspension of belief, and never seeks to be more or less than a good horror movie. This type of simplicity is a good thing.
My Soul to Take is a American slasher film written and directed by Wes Craven. It is his first film since 's Wes Craven's New Nightmare that he wrote, . Dull, joyless, and formulaic, My Soul to Take suggests writer/director Wes Craven ended his five-year filmmaking hiatus too soon.
The few complaints I have could be addressed with a larger budget special effects , and some smoother performances from some of the characters. Especially from Craig Fogel who had to bring the narcissistic millennial to life. Overall this movie delivers something fresh.