Someone wise once told me that we don't do things for a way out, we do it because we want others to know the same as us. All a human being wants is to be understood, to know they aren't the only one out there that has had the same thoughts as them, the same desires, the same passions and fears.
Last night I saw one of the most beautiful moving films that I have seen in a long time. It touched me to my very core, it whispered gently to me. It wasn't obviously proving, it was simply showing one way; a ray of light on a summers day. It was real, not fake. It was stark yet true. It was gentle but fierce. It was life and death. It was suffering with joy. It was loneliness and yet a trail to finding for the first time. It was 'ShadowLands- the life of C.S Lewis'.
The great renowned man who wrote inspirational beauties such as 'The Lion the witch and the wardrobe' and 'The Screwtape letters', a man who listened and taught, who watched and needed, who felt and spoke.
“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, 'What! You too? I thought I was the only one”-C.S Lewis