I thought the words from Nadiya at the end were very profound:
I’m never gonna put boundaries on myself ever again.
I’m never gonna say I can't do it.
I’m never gonna say “maybe”.
I’m never gonna say “I don’t think I can”.
I can and I will.
Sorry to sidetrack this thread for 30 seconds...
My love for books can't stay silent!!
A lovely book to read on this theme is:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Jonathan-Living ... 147679331X
And the film itself is beautiful, magnificent and splendid!!
All about gulls, flight, trying to push oneself boundaries, believing in oneself (and also doubting!
Have a taste here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mgkk0Hd ... 92D7F3C746
... with a beautiful music by Neil Diamond. Here is the song: my fatherhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDbToBxhZUo
When I was young, I had a quotation taken from this book above my bed.
However, some of the children of today’s society who are used to American blockbusters might find it difficult not to be bored while watching such a film, but I am sure that animal and nature lovers would be under the spell!
Some good quotes from the book are here:https://www.goodreads.com/work/quotes/1 ... on-seagull
In the old days, there was an edition of the books with tracing paper so there could be a superposition of different seagulls on a rock... Just beautiful! I couldn't find it anymore in France so I brought back my grandma's book for DS to read!
Now, sorry for this parenthesis
, back to OP's thread...