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Friday, July 29, 2011

A New Perspective

We all have problems in life. Sometimes they seem more than we can handle. When I recently had to have a "simple" surgery on my foot to fix a minor problem, it turned into a much bigger deal and two surgeries later, I don't think they even fixed the initial problem in the first place! I was feeling really overwhelmed, angry, sad and frustrated at the doctor, myself and the world in general! Why couldn't things just work out for me?

Then I had conversations with God, my husband and family and realized that I was looking at it from the wrong perspective and compared to a lot of people in this world, this situation and my life was not that bad for me. After much prayer for strength and a new perspective, I realized that there are much worse things in life. I could have become disabled, I could have died, and I could have way worse situations than a simple surgery gone wrong. I can still walk, the scar is fading, and I can still exercise, play with my son and enjoy life to the fullest!

New perspective can change a lot of things in life, even the way you look and enjoy TV shows. For example, the creators of Supernatural were able to construct an animated world in which there were no boundaries. This new look into Supernatural brings new perspective to the show. From adding color, intensity and action to scenes, to vivid images of horrifying demons, the medium does not disappoint.

Another interesting question is, "If you were to develop a story about your life would you want it to be told on film or animated in ink?" I think I would definitely want it told on film because sometimes I feel like it seems more real to the people watching than animated films/shows do. However, animation can really bring scenes and action to life and really draw in the viewer!

Supernatural has achieved that with their new animated world! If you want to see the new perspective Supernatural has created, make sure to order your copy of Supernatural: The Anime Series on DVD or Blu-Ray here today: http://bit.ly/p0WOMq!

 Has your perspective ever changed by looking at life moments in a new light? 

If you were to develop a story about your life would you want it to be told on film or animated in ink? Why?

* I have been hired by Warner Bros. WBWord division to promote Supernatural: The Anime Series on DVD/Blu-Ray.*