This is the final post in a four part series that I planned based on clips from the screen adaptation of Wit, with Emma Thompson. In each part the clip illustrates some aspect of being that I find moving. This last contains a vision of god, and our selves.
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As much as I try to remember and to express that death does not need to be greeted with fear, there is a reason that we usually do. If I forget that then I’ve missed the point.
“At the time it seemed like magic”
That is magick.
This is from the film version of the play “Wit,” staring Emma Thompson. Edit (17/10/2010): this video is not as good as the one I previously linked to. It omits a section at the end of the scene where Emma Thomson’s character juxtaposes her inability to find the link between what she sees as wit and living metaphysical truth with the fact that she does not go out, but returns to the library.