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wickedeasy 70F  
11005 posts
8/24/2016 2:27 pm
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I love science fiction. The other night when I couldn’t sleep….again…. I watched close encounters of the third kind which I hadn’t seen for eons. I had forgotten the players and the fact that the movie is all about denial and frustration leading up to a final 15 minute orgasm.

BUT, the young dreyfus was so good as a man driven by a life altering experience that I was swept up anyway. The scene as he destroys his yard with the help of his while his neighbors stand, stunned and his wife runs around trying to do anything she can to fix it is funny as hell and utterly wrenching……. all at once.

I wonder what I would do, met with such a moment. Would I believe my eyes? Would I trust myself as he did? Or having had years of social service experience would I take myself to a hospital and check my ass in…….sure that I needed an intervention or major meds?

I would like to think that if shown the face of God, or even just an alien, I would be able to accept that this was a glorious moment……a gift if you will. That maybe, for reasons I didn’t know, I had been chosen.

Vanity? A little maybe, but it’s also that I’ve been living, waiting for something big all my life like most of us have and so when it comes, I wonder if I will I shrink from it or run towards it with arms open? Will it scare me, will I back away or will I grab hold?

It’s a gift, right?

The single most ridiculously huge thing that ever happened to you in your whole life. Your heart pounding a mile a minute. This is YOUR moment, whatever it is.

Choose.


You cannot conceive the many without the one.


kzoopair 69M/67F
25795 posts
8/24/2016 2:34 pm

Such a tough question, really.

On the other hand, I have meditated and seen Buddha, if only briefly, and I wanted that moment to never end.

I guess, as long as I don't have to leave the house, i'm open to it.

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wickedeasy replies on 8/24/2016 2:39 pm:
smiles

yes, meditation is a way to leave without leaving and I am so very blessed to have been to travel that road

I am asking more here......perhaps asking one to give up more here. to risk more here. that is what I think would be expected in such a case. and perhaps to leave the house....grins

I like to think I am brave enough to do this but I wonder if I am selfish enough to do this

wickedeasy 70F  
32406 posts
8/24/2016 2:34 pm

obligatory post to say I posted

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


mindworker1970 50M
324 posts
8/24/2016 2:50 pm

I would hope that as a fellow lover of Sci-Fi I would take the chance and embrace the miracle wholeheartedly. My fear is that I wouldn't recognize the moment and it would slip by. Loved that movie and I wish more films would move me like that. It might be animated, but Up was another one that made me feel strongly about seizing the moment.


wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:34 am:
I loved UP.........

an old curmudgeon who finds joy...........what's not to love

Not_here2meet 52F
3846 posts
8/24/2016 2:51 pm

I haven't seen Close Encounters in eons, too. (Makes mental note to see if it's on Hulu or Netflix) I have a healthy dose of sci fi geek in me, and after reading your post...I wish to watch it again.

You know, this is difficult to answer in one aspect of things. But, I'm going to liken it to giving birth to my only child. It was a difficult experience, from struggling to get pregnant, to the pregnancy itself, and onwards to the birth.

I wanted her more than anything. And, when I woke up from anesthesia I was thrilled and scared all at the same time. It was a glorious moment in my life, let me tell you.

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wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:35 am:
thrilled and scared

scared is fine. mix up the letters ad it spells sacred....winks

goodatpoetry2 70M
16562 posts
8/24/2016 2:59 pm

I really like that movie. That reminds me to watch it again.

I'd probably leave with the ship. Not much going on here anyway.


wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:37 am:
it doesn't have to be the ship.

it could be anything............just a huge jump into something you never expected......

a leap of faith

VenusRising11 67F
4685 posts
8/24/2016 3:31 pm

Nice post!! I have a funny story about that movie. My second husband and I were watching it one time.......I was in my middle 30s at the time; he was 15 years older. I was watching it, all excited when the aliens came and the people started getting on the ship. He looked at me and said "You'd go, wouldn't you? You'd go and leave me..." " I looked at him, not convinced he was completely serious, and said "You can come..." Jeez, that wasn't very kind of me, was it? Maybe that is part of the reason that marriage didn't last...you think? I don't really think I'd do it now........don't want to leave my family, such as it is. But I am definitely going outside of my box lately and having adventures I never would have contemplated even six months ago.



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wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:40 am:
grins.

the ones that would go........does that make us crazy? selfish? or just needing to know?

LiveLifeDoU 65F  
2201 posts
8/24/2016 4:48 pm

there is another movie about choices...I could try to google it for the title but not really sure my vague description would work with google...

it's about 4 elderly couples...i think they are all in a retirement home? something happens and they all start feeling younger...i don't think they start looking younger, just get their vim and vigor back, their zest for life that sometimes wanes as we get older... i think there is a swimming pool involved?
then the ship arrives to offer them a ride to the planet where they can live (forever?) with that same level of excitement and thrill...i think the aliens say there are no old people on their planet and they value what old people have to offer...
so the couples have to decide...maybe they have relatives here they don't want to leave...maybe they don't want to live forever...but they have to decide...go or stay...and what if one of them wants to go and the other wants to stay?

ok, so what's the name of the movie? i think there was a sequel even lol


wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:44 am:
oh yes, they swim with the pods in the pool. some stay for family - some go.....

ron howard made that movie. it was quite delightful

TicklePlease 52F  
12835 posts
8/24/2016 5:04 pm

    Quoting LiveLifeDoU:
    there is another movie about choices...I could try to google it for the title but not really sure my vague description would work with google...

    it's about 4 elderly couples...i think they are all in a retirement home? something happens and they all start feeling younger...i don't think they start looking younger, just get their vim and vigor back, their zest for life that sometimes wanes as we get older... i think there is a swimming pool involved?
    then the ship arrives to offer them a ride to the planet where they can live (forever?) with that same level of excitement and thrill...i think the aliens say there are no old people on their planet and they value what old people have to offer...
    so the couples have to decide...maybe they have relatives here they don't want to leave...maybe they don't want to live forever...but they have to decide...go or stay...and what if one of them wants to go and the other wants to stay?

    ok, so what's the name of the movie? i think there was a sequel even lol
Cocoon was the movie... Hume Croyn, Jessica Tandy and a few others...

I saw Close Encounters when I was about 10... in the theater too! I think it was the most "grown up" movie I'd seen at that point. It wasn't until much later, when I saw it again, that the subplots and significance in it became apparent. When I saw Devil's Tower in person I was stunned.... I didn't realize it really WAS that large!!


wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:49 am:
cocoon! yes!

I wish I had seen close encounters in a theater. it must have been stunning.

KtMnDu 68M
6214 posts
8/24/2016 6:41 pm

    Quoting mindworker1970:
    I would hope that as a fellow lover of Sci-Fi I would take the chance and embrace the miracle wholeheartedly. My fear is that I wouldn't recognize the moment and it would slip by. Loved that movie and I wish more films would move me like that. It might be animated, but Up was another one that made me feel strongly about seizing the moment.
It really is about being in The Moment....and what if you miss-interpret it, and then it is gone?.....I don't think we really know we would react until that Moment presents itself.....So many of Spielberg's films capture and play back for the rest of us, a lot of what is obviously very close to him......and that is what great filmmakers are all about.....they draw us in, and get us to believe.........personally, I'd be on that ship in a minute......


wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:50 am:
ah..........such certainty. nods

HeartCollector 63F

8/24/2016 8:16 pm

I think you're ready for a glorious moment. Write the damn thing and let's get it published!

The gladdest hours we know are those shared with a friend or two. Wilbur D. Nesbit


wickedeasy replies on 8/25/2016 10:51 am:
lol...........you think that's my moment?

well, who knows? maybe it is

what do I write about

HeartCollector 63F

8/26/2016 6:24 am

You have a million things to write about...write what you know.

The gladdest hours we know are those shared with a friend or two. Wilbur D. Nesbit


christylovesfun 47F  
16854 posts
8/26/2016 8:17 am

I can't remember the details of the movie at all! Maybe I should watch it sometimes.

I feel like I have been given glimpses of god. Even if that god is only within me.

Though I don't rule out something beautiful and external ...

that still indwells.

Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale
Her infinite variety. Other women cloy
The appetites they feed, but she makes hungry
Where most she satisfies. For vilest things
Become themselves in her, that the holy priests
Bless her when she is riggish. ~~ from Antony & Cleopatra


wickedeasy replies on 9/1/2016 1:16 pm:
of course god is in you.

where the hell else would god be??

tickles4us 58M
7175 posts
8/26/2016 6:38 pm

Knowing the nature of the world and that likely the universe isn't so much different, I think I would want to know what any aliens liked to eat for dinner before I got on their ship to go anywhere. Just saying it's eat or be eaten and maybe they are just trying out a new restaurant.

Vive La Difference


wickedeasy replies on 9/1/2016 1:15 pm:
grins

you are remembering that twilight zone episode.. we serve man

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