A Story for Tomorrow

I’m not sure just what captured my attention so much about this video. But I think it’s that it didn’t just capture my attention, but my heart and imagination as well. There is something about the videography and narration that is simultaneously, winsome, playful, and hopeful. At the end, I felt both the openness and urgency of the future and wanted, again, to give myself to the things I love. We all have things we need to do, have to do, must do…But life is found and shared in the things we love to do.

If you’ve got 5 minutes, watch this film by the good folks at Gnarly Bay Productions and be, I hope, inspired to make your story a good one.


My thanks to the incomparable Maria Popova at Brain Pickings for pointing me to this film.