Guide to Soul Purpose

This holiday vacation we had lots of movies to choose from at the theaters.  My daughter and I went to Hugo which was an absolutely wonderful film, one of the brilliant films that inspire purpose.  Many movies have guided me in my purpose:

1.  It’s A Wonderful Life

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2.  Star Wars (Episode iv)–this movie sparked my writing fire when I was 9.

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3.  Most Disney animated films from Snow White to Meet the Robinsons.

Cover of "Meet the Robinsons"

Cover of Meet the Robinsons

4.  Spirit–this animated story of a wild stallion in the old west fires my love of the western united states and its culture.

5.  All the other Star Wars films.

6.  The Harry Potter films and The Lord of the Rings

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films.

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7.  James Bond movies, Indiana Jones (1 & 3), War Games, Logan’s Run, and classic disaster films like The Poseidon Adventure and The Towering Inferno.

8.  Classic films of the 30’s and 40’s.

9.  Doris Day films.

10.  Film adaptations of classical literature by Jane Austen, Dickens, Hardy, Hawthorne, Shakespeare–basically anything on Masterpiece Theatre on PBS.

Inspiration is a godly spark to our soul’s purpose.  What movies have inspired you?  What books inspire you? People? Pets? Landscapes?  Enjoy a New Year full of inspiration.  May you all thrive in your soul’s purpose– Happy New Year!

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About jjbailey

Professional Parent, Author, creative homemaker, and endangered species.
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One Response to Guide to Soul Purpose

  1. Jeyna Grace says:

    A lot of things inspire me, but the best inspiration would be from God, personally. A happy new year to you too!

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