Perfect Imperfection -
Movie Shows the
Mountains of Life
Many people feel the need to be perfect, to avoid
mistakes and become "Good enough".
This often lays at the root of
depression, anxiety, sadness and
even despair, since by doing this,
they tend to feel their inner emptiness
and lack of worthiness even more.
Most humans strive for personal growth and self-improvement, and
the intense longing to go beyond human circumstances is part of all
Not all are born into
circumstances that make life easy,
and life happenings often throw
them off their paths.
The new movie "Becoming Sparkling Suzie" is based on
the journey of Harried Harriette to a better life.
It depicts her quest and journey to
overcome sadness and despair to
living her best life, to recover the
sparkle in her eyes and to get the
spring in her step back.
In the movie, she plays Luna, a guide to Harried Harriette, a
woman wrought by emotional pain and despair of life.
"It's Never Too Late To Live
Your Best Life" - Dr.
Dr. Christine Sauer has gone through her own "Dark
night of the soul"
Christine - Luna compares herself with a
mountain guide, leading Harriette through
her darkness, her "Tunnel" to the
brightness and the light at the end and to a
life that is meaningful, full of energy, love,
joy, passion and purpose.
Enjoyable and inspirational, the movie is left imperfect on purpose, to illustrate how humans only can
achieve perfection, health, and happiness by embracing flaws, imperfections and mistakes and
accepting - and loving - themselves and others just the way they are - and having fun along the way.
This seeming contradiction is
explained in the movie as the path
to true personal growth and inner
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