The caption, Are We Writing a Great Story With Our Lives?, caught my notice at once, but the opening sentence cinched its affect:
As if watching a mega credit crawl like the one seen on the back end of Star Wars, the production details of our lives unfold. What grand discovery, glorious design or furtive folly might they include? Will much attention have been paid to the particulars, or will it be a cobbled collection of this and thats?
More probing questions.
It's more than a biography, this credit rolling business. It speaks directly to the nuts & bolts of what makes me, me. It answers the oft-un-asked questions, like:
- Who produced?
- Who wrote the score?
- Who designed the wardrobe?
- Who captured the drama on film?
- Who directed?
- Who set the lighting?
- Who cast the players?
Credit rolls rarely mention "how" or "what", but they are never without the "who"s. And, since no man is an island, we have come full circle with yet another probing question: Who's made our life story what it is? Boring? Inspiring? Intentional?
Those pesky probing questions!