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Gravity

Nah. This is not a review but a self-realization after watching the movie.

Note: It may contain a bit spoiler so I’ll be asking for an apology right now.

Well the character of Ryan Stone (Sandra Bullock) somehow relates me.

We may be enjoying our life out there and will try to push our limit but the storm will surely come. There will be sacrifices needed to wake us up until we realized our mistakes. Mistakes? I’m not sure if it’s the right word right now.

The storm will keep us haunt forever. It will keep us alone. Afraid. Until that person come. Matt Kowalski (George Clooney) is like Jesus in our life. He will help us to be positive. He will let us feel that we’re not alone. There will also be a time that we will be making a choice. A choice to let go or not.

We may be relying on our will some time but once we’re trapped again in darkness and our only choice is to give up, He will surely come again and help us recover. He will help us to stand and face the storm again. We just need to let His will take over and apply some action on it.

As Ryan Stone continue to survive I saw a glimpse of light that makes me realized that there will always a way. A way that only God can provide. We just need to keep our faith strong as storm will keep on destroying that.

I may still be on the center of the storm but I will still keep on hoping and praying that someday God will help me reach the land again. Embracing His arms again.

Just like Paul said in Romans 3:23-24 “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and all are justified freely by his grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus.”

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