Thank you, Beth. This short film, “Sorry”, is powerful and a must see for everyone.
I didn't have my glasses on....
this film, an oscar winner, was shot in 30 minutes
though it may not be voiced in your language
all people will understand it
at under 4 minutes, it is very short
but will stay with you for a very long time.
Sorry means you feel the pulse of other people’s pain as well as your own, and saying it means you take a share of it. And so it binds us together, makes us trodden and sodden as one another. Sorry is a lot of things. It’s a hole refilled. A debt repaid. Sorry is the wake of misdeed. It’s the crippling ripple of consequence. Sorry is sadness, just as knowing is sadness. Sorry is sometimes self-pity. But Sorry, really, is not about you. It’s theirs to take or leave.
Sorry means you leave yourself open, to embrace or to ridicule or to revenge. Sorry is a…
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This made me cry!
Me, too!! 💕
It made me cry as well!
So touching, at the end!
I read Beth’s post earlier this morning and had to wait to comment due to blinding tears! Were I one of blogdom’s finest, such as yourself, I would share this powerful post too…but I have forwarded it to others. Even though I receive Beth’s posts amidst my inbox this was my first time commenting there and, being a non-blogger, I was assigned a cute little cartoon face with the comment which is just above your own. Thank-you!!
I’m so glad you saw it, too! What a powerful video. There were plenty of tears on my end, as well. Like you, I plan to send this to others. Many thanks for you kind words!!
Thank you so much for sharing that, Jennie. I’m all choked up. What a film.
Yes, what a film!!
A powerful message. Children are so often misunderstood.
You are so right, Darlene! I think there are far more traditional teachers (than teachers like me), and this shows that we often misunderstand children.
An excellent film. Thank you, Jennie and Beth.
I’m glad you liked it, John.
It was wonderful.
Powerful and thank you for sharing!
Thank you, Frank.
that was powerful…
Very moving. ‘Walk a mike in my shoes’ moment.
Oh that made me cry, so thought provoking!
Indeed it is!
This is powerful.
Indeed it is!
So heart touching, and with a very important message.
Needed no words. The visual said it all. Sigh…