When the time to face lost comes

Finding peace.
Ever since the last time I watched the movie You’ve got mail , with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks, a phrase has being echoing in my mind, it said that when people says that change is good it’s in fact a way to say that something that you didn’t want it to happen, has just happened.
As I’ve being trying to figure it out, another movie came along that has kept me thinking about how unexpected things in life appear to make us face change and lost. The movie is called The Note, and it’s base on a novel written by Angela Hunt.
The story revolves about the questions “what would you like to say, and to whom, if suddenly you found out that you only have a few more minutes to live”.
Although the topic is a though one, the author manages to develop an amazing tender story in which a reporter undertakes the task of finding the person to whom a letter from a passanger of a doomed plane was left, addressed only as T.
As the story goes by, feelings and reflexions appear making the reader/viewer, be part of the story, filling the ambience with hope and love.
All in all, these two stories take serious aspects of life that one way or the other, we eventualy encounter in our life time, and their message try to focus on the idea that facing lost is something we may be able to deal with hope and strenght, even though we’re going through a painful time.

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Author: The Traveling Book Club by Nora Vasconcelos

I'm a born writer and a journalist who loves books so much that can't live without them.

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