Life has its ragged edges. The God-breathed soul in its earth-tethered body has a job to do. But things can get messed up, turned upside down, or totally d-e-r-a-i-l-e-d. Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini may not have been thinking about the soul-body matrix when he made Nights of Cabiria (Le Notti di Cabiria) in 1958, but there is a parallel nonetheless. Walk with me and we’ll discuss . . .
Shakespeare’s plays often navigate spiritual waters. A Winter’s Tale is no exception. But what does that have to do with your soul? Think of it as your soul’s story—it’s very own winter’s tale. Birth. Life. Death. Resurrection. Let me explain . . .