Lessons that life has to offer to us, translated…
There are, many ways that the scriptwriting realm described the structures of stories, for instance, Campbell on “the Hero’s Journey”, or, Blake Schneider’s fifteen turns from his “Saving the Cats”—and yet, no matter the structure, before the storyline hits its, climax, there’s that moment of darkness, where the main character gets stuck, inside that “moment of darkness”, where s/he has nothing, and is tried.
I’d recalled that scary night, a few years ago after I’d left the advertising agency, I could no longer take it, I’d, picked up my things, and, NEVER set foot again, into that place I’d stayed for five whole years, returned back to my origins, started back in, the realms of filmmaking.
And now, I’d, described it like the gentle breeze that blew across my life, but back then, it’d, shocked up my whole world, because, what was before me, was the unknown. And, the unknowns can make people fear, but, think on it in an alternative angle, the unknown is also, filled with, possibilities. After that, I’d, started from ground zero, learned to write the scripts, and, filmed a few short films, got selected, into several film festivals, continued writing the scripts, and now, I’m, on my way, to filming my very first movie.
And now, the trials are about to, begin again………but this time, I’m not, as worried compared to from before, because, after the moments of darkness, the day shall, come.
And so, this, is what you’d learned, from life itself, you’d learned, that no matter how difficult it seemed, all you need to do, is to just keep working hard, and hang on tight, because, the dawn isn’t, too far off, and this can be applied to every thing in your lives.