Thursday, June 7, 2012

Snow White and the Huntsman

I love the way Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim helps us to analyze movies.  We recently saw the movie “Snow White and the Huntsman”.  I hadn’t heard much about it, and didn’t expect much.  But is was surprisingly good.

It started off  with the good king's wife dying, and he rescued a pretty woman from the evil enemy.  It looked like she was in dire need, but it was a setup, and they planted this lovely looking girl to capture the King's heart.  The plan worked and the King married her the next day and made her Queen.  That same evening, as the King was about to make love to her, she stabbed him with that big knife in the picture, and then she let her evil army in and they took over the empire.  Snow White, the king's little daughter was put into prison and held there for many years.  In the mean time the Evil Queen brought misery and death to the empire.

How often have you heard of someone being tempted by temptation, only to ruin their lives.  We as humans often succumb to the dark side:  power, sex and money.  Which one do you desire, and how far will you go for it?  That is the question that everyone in their life will face.

Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim helps us to find inner strength to fight temptation, and fight for what is good and right.  We need to train ourselves, and discipline ourselves, so we can control our emotions, and become the master of our lives.

Even though you have made bad decisions, and you may now be in a horrible situation, you need to know that God loves you and will forgive you.  Even in the most impossible situations, there is always hope.  Repent, and change your ways.  Generate love and help others.  Use your experiences as your fertilizer to make you a stronger person, and more dedicated to follow the light and do good in your life.  Never give up.  I love that energy.  I love when Snow White finally decided it was time to fight back against the evil queen and win.  No matter what, fight for what is right.  The movie ended in a very positively, and I like that.  Of course, I am an optimist.

With honor and respect.  :)

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