Sunday Morning: L’envol

L’envol from Magda Jamil on Vimeo.


L’envol = In Flight.  Not exactly sure I landed on a concrete meaning here, but I was fully present from the early frames through to the end…loved it.  All interpretations welcome.

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  1. freedom

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  2. Trust

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  3. Communion

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    • I would have not landed on this word but love it. Excellent. Had to look it up (the sharing or exchanging of intimate thoughts and feelings, esp. when the exchange is on a mental or spiritual level)

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  4. Reblogged this on msamba.

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  5. The reminder that’s critically important to let your soul soar….. Have a beautiful day, Pal! 🙂

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  6. Peace

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  7. I was transfixed! I felt it could have been death followed by joyful rebirth in some afterlife, but then I felt it was more resonant as a depiction of the euphoria I feel when I come up with a story or character idea, something brand new and fresh, something that lifts me with the thrill of possibility. Thanks, David. Your blog is often the apex of my creative day.

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  8. Sure glad that plane is a one-seater. No way I would have wanted to be a passenger with a pilot who follows a seagull through the maze. Doesn’t he realize a seagull can get through a much smaller space than his plane? And also, he couldn’t even call for help. He has no mouth! (Fun video, David.)

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  9. To feel what it is to be a bird…birds are magical creatures to me. Their gift is their ability to be able to take flight and move so gracefully through the air. It always makes me sad to see caged birds because I feel that what is so special to them is being removed. How extraordinary a gift it must be to spread your wings and fly.

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  10. I thought at first he was flying into rocks and then they became clouds; through, above, below, such joy in his curiosity, one with the birds, flying with feeling, not sight. Like Luke Skywalker, fighting with his saber. It was beautiful.

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  11. David, love the video, take me home!
    Frankie and I are in Rouyn Noranda. Blueberries and wild strawberries are in season. The landscape in Abitibi Temiscamingue is absolutely beautiful. Total Canada love here, reminds me of home.
    Leena

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  12. WLS…

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