March 11, 2018, Prescott-
I haven’t done a whole lot, this weekend, and probably won’t do a whole lot during the first part of Spring Break. It is a good idea to indulge the principle of rest.
This evening, though, I went to see “A Wrinkle In Time”, starring Oprah! Ms. Winfrey was not the main point of the film, however, by a long shot. Her credo of empowerment was prominent, though, and that’s always a good thing.
The plot line was true to the novel, as I remember it from the ’60’s. The film will not likely be up for any Oscars, but it worked, as a vehicle for showing a path to justice. There was some violence, towards both the downtrodden, and at least one of the oppressors. Overall, though, without revealing much more, the violence was minimal and there was no bloodshed. It was, essentially, a 1960’s children’s story, reworked for the 2010’s.
Justice was served, in the end. Justice, in the divinely distributed sense, is, according to Baha’u’llah, “The best beloved of all things in (God’s) sight”.