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Friday, August 17, 2007

Prophets& Directors

“No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls.” Ingmar Bergman

Prophets and movie makers sure have a lot to share with us which make them each other’s alter ego so to speak!
First, prophets have their holy books; The movie makers have their movies as their books.
Second, a prophet’s miracle differs from another ranging from making the dead alive or opening the Nile River by a stick; the movie maker has his first and only movie as his masterpiece.
Third: While reading a holy book, one has to go through some traditions like washing hands and face and to be in a quiet place preferably, a dark room to absorb things he reads; while watching a movie you have to sit in a quiet, dark, place to suck up every thing!

There is one difference between these two:
One can find a FEMALE movie maker but not a female PROPHET! I haven’t heard of any, do you?;)

27 Comments:

Blogger Gabriel said...

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8:37 AM  
Blogger mike said...

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1:23 PM  
Blogger jarvenpa said...

What an interesting point you make. I shall have to think about this. There are many holy women, and surely some prophets amongst them--but truly I can't name one right away. (I thought of the sister of Moses, with her grand song, but that wasn't really prophecy). Perhaps the words of the female prophets were never written down?

10:00 PM  
Blogger leondavis3@gmail.com said...

For a true prophecy

The May 15th Prophecy is the only thing that has gotten everything that going on in the Middle East 100% right and is giving exact detail as to where all this is headed

The May 15th Prophecy shows how the United States is losing and will continue to lose their vital national interest and influence on a military scale.

And most important the May 15th Prophecy correctly shows how Iraq is being helped to prominence by the like of Iran, Lebanon and Syria and European nations such as Italy, Spain and Germany.

You need to see this for yourself at http://lastdaywatchers.blogspot.com

Everyone is talking about the May 15th Prophecy

4:13 PM  
Blogger Cyrus said...

Hi teacher. I'm back and enjoy your posts as usual.

7:40 AM  
Anonymous dr O2 said...

wouldn God gain more popularity if he sent female messengers??

9:08 AM  
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My name is Schahram Schamsawary, I am a Facial Surgeon living in Germany. I have started a short survey about Iranian´s attitude towards politics concerning our homecountry. We Iranians have vivid discussions about our own, but do we really know, what iranians think? What do they think about about religion, democracy, the revolution, what do they wish in the future? Do Iranians in Iran have different opinions about these topics compared to those outside of Iran? When I visited Iran in 2003 , I put pictures of young people, especially from young woman online (with the friendly support of Iranian.com:www.iranian.com/Arts/2004/August/Dress/index.html) to draw peoples attention to the young people´s and woman´s situation. The more positive resonance was amazing, so I decided to go ahead with this second project.

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1:13 AM  
Anonymous Matja said...

Hello,

My name is Matthias Koch. I`m a nineteen year old student from Switzerland. Two years ago i traveled with my family through iran and we visited teheran, yazd, shiraz, kerman, esfahan and bam. Thats the reason why i`m interested in Iran.
Actually I`m writing on an exposition about the life of young people i iran. Now i woud like to get in touch with young iranish people. I found your blog on the web and thought that would be a good possibility to becom acquainted with the life of young iranis people.

Matthias

2:17 PM  
Blogger Harry Barnes said...

I have never been to Iran, but have seen it in the distance from Iraq three times in my life. Here is a connection which provides links to a seven part series I posted on Iran. If you ever have the time and inclination, you might let me know what you think of it -
http://threescoreyearsandten.blogspot.com/2008/03/changing-agenda-part-7-of-understanding.html

8:30 AM  
Anonymous mariam said...

I have not heard of any female prophet either which is odd!!!

M.

10:40 PM  
Anonymous Dr O2 said...

that's why prophets are more reliable ;-)

2:15 PM  
Blogger Sadia said...

Dear sir

I am Sadia Ahsanuddin and I am a researcher affiliated with Harvard University in USA. I was wondering if you would be willing and able to take a survey for me and answer some questions. You can contact me at ahsanudd@fas.harvard.edu.

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6:27 PM  
Blogger Haa-meed said...

Esther and Ruth of the Old Testament both got books in the Bible about em. ;)

1:16 AM  
Blogger extremetree said...

Hello brother, I know you go to great lengths to have a voice on the class one telephony known as the internet. I think your country tries to silence your people in an attempt to control the masses. I pray freedom for all peoples of all races, religions colors and creeds. I will follow you if you dont so much mind it.

5:34 AM  
Blogger extremetree said...

As far as profet. I will take legends over truths anyday.

5:35 AM  
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Why must we ask for female Prophets?

1:08 PM  
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2:06 PM  
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4:19 PM  
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The recent images coming from Iran show a more defiant Green Movement. No longer are the dissidents passively protesting, but they are fighting back - setting fires, turning official vehicles, freeing fellow demonstrators who have been arrested and even beating police officers and militiamen.

In a change in strategy, the Iranian government is more openly reporting on the clashes - perhaps to show that they are becoming more violent in an attempt to discredit the movement.

3:30 PM  
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8:07 AM  
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4:21 PM  
Blogger 聊天室 said...

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7:08 AM  

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