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Thoughts on “The Help”

I took my wife to see the new movie, “The Help,” yesterday. Not only was it $5.00 ticket Tuesday, the theater was packed at midday. Added to that was the fact that there was not a soul in the theater under the age of 50. (Not sure what that means.)

This was an awesome picture, but not one you would “enjoy.” In fact, we were disturbed by the slices of real life depicted on the screen. Although that was the early ’60s, it struck me that a lot of the entitlement attitudes of some folks continue on.

How can people treat other human beings like that? When they say and do things that inflict pain on others, that’s only a small, small part of what they’re thinking. The movie was a wake-up call.

Sensitivity to others and decency is ALWAYS in style.

James Sutton, Psychologist

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August 24, 2011 - Posted by | adversity, family, Healthy living | , , ,

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