A good leader is intuitive, and extends a clear invitation to the other to join. Firmness is necessary when met with rebellion, but the goal is always a collaboration in which the listening and following ultimately becomes a dance. Trust is essential in any partnership. It is developed through consistent leadership, resulting in joy. With trust comes learning and miracles occur naturally.
Noboru Yasumoto is a confident young man ready to make his mark on the world as a personal doctor for the shogun of Japan. However, as a result of events beyond his control, he is appointed instead as an intern at a charity hospital under the guidance of Dr. Kyojô Niide, aka Red Beard.
When the mind is ready to expand to a new level, everything that stands in the way of that expansion gets pushed to the surface. Remembering our true identity involves vigilance against the temptation to project attack thoughts, be a victim, or hold grievances.
The movie is set in a preparatory school for boys, steeped in discipline and tradition. The transformation of the boys in Keating’s class is a beautiful witness to the strength and presence of the Spirit. They have learned something beyond the concept of being a good student; they have experienced knowing who they really are.
In this comedy, Wallace Ritchie visits his brother for the first time in several years to celebrate his own birthday. Wallace is given a ticket to "The Theatre of Life" an interactive theatre experience where the audience participates in the story as it unfolds.
From the foretold prophecy of the messiah and savior, to the walking demonstration of divine Love, to the ultimate example of defenselessness and unbroken communion with God (Crucifixion, Resurrection, Ascension)