The Reluctant Mentor: Cars & Cars 3
Ever wonder why so many movies made for kids are enjoyable for kids and adults alike? Well, maybe it’s because we’re seeing deeper meaning and messages hidden in them than our supposed “grown-up” movies contain and I’m about to show you a great example.
Let’s have a little fun, Seekers!
The Reluctant Mentor: Cars (2006) & Cars 3 (2017)
Examining the Spiritual Elements of Movies #5
I had thought I wasn’t going to do one of these episodes this week, but inspiration struck and I felt I absolutely had to get this message rolling out there...and the added bonus is that I’m talking about an animated film this time around (and this won’t be the last one I do).
While there are some slight technical issues to continue to work on, I feel like I have outdone myself with this particular production and I have also wore myself out. I’m very glad I took an extended long Easter weekend.
This podcast is just over 14 minutes long and the accompanying video is fantastic, so please hit YouTube or the Think Spiritual website to watch it.
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