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December 28, 2009

All the People

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 3:05 pm

On a calm, sunny Cape Cod day, I sit in my bedroom watching, “Mrs. Doubtfire”, a genius film starring Robin Williams, circa ~1994. Awaiting the dawn of 2010 after a tumultuous decade that has passed us by, we may all be wondering what is next?  Is there hope?  Is there LOVE?  Robin Williams, in the film, is a divorcee who loves his kids, his wife, his home, and his career.  He is met with fate when he meets the owner of a small San Francisco television station, where he transforms a tired, twenty five year old program.  Injecting it with, ironically, Dinosaurs from a far gone millennium, bringing the present human condition into a healing that only the timelessness of Love can provide.  Watching his effort to bring back his Love into his children’s Life, whom he says, “he needs more than air”, only accentuates the Truth of what the miracle of Love really IS.  To quote Robin, “But ladies and gentlemen, put your claws together and please welcome MR. James Browntasoraus–”I eat wood, it tastes good, no meat, big feet, I eat wood…”  The man who hired him asks, “what can we do to improve the ratings on the morning kid’s tv show?”  Robin responds,  ” bottom line, don’t patronized kids.  If it is something that you enjoy, they would enjoy.”  Fast forward to Robin’s brilliant statement about the plight of our planet, and then jump into the real deep message imbedded in his final word…that goes something like this…”Dear Mrs. Doubtfire, two months ago my mom and dad decided to seperate, now they live in seperate houses, my brother Andrew says we won’t be family anymore.  Is this true?  Did I lose my family? Is there anything I can do to put my parents back together?”  Sincerely, Kattie McCormack

“Oh dear Kattie, you know some parents when they’re angry, they get along much better when they don’t live together, they don’t fight all the time, and they can become better people, and much better mummies and daddies for you.  Sometimes they get back together…and sometimes they don’t dear.  And if they don’t, don’t blame yourself.  Just because they don’t love eachother anymore, doesn’t mean they don’t love you.  There are all sorts of families Kattie…some families have one mommy, some families have one daddy or two families, and some families live with their uncle or aunt, and some live with their grandparents or some live with foster parents, and some live in separate homes in seperate neighborhoods, in different areas of the country, and may not see eachother for days, weeks, months or even years at a time.  But if there is LOVE dear, THOSE ARE THE TIES THAT BIND…and you will always have a family in your heart–forever. All my love to you puppet…you are going to be alright…Bye Bye>”  May the peace of God be with you always.  Peace~M

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