Our Price

 

I think you are familiar with the story. Like me you might be tempted to click the stop button. Firstly, the film is rather long (9 minutes); secondly, you know the ending, the choice made; and thirdly, because you do not want to be depressed. I was glad I didn’t click the stop button. The film was beautifully crafted, the message powerfully conveyed.


No, I did not get depressed although I shed a tear or two. But I have never felt so motivated in my life, so aware of my present moment, and, more resolved and determined not to waste the price that was paid and being paid for me.




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