Craig Morrison: My father taught me how to see lumber in a living tree. Truth in a wall that was plumb
or a corner that was square. I don't mean to put myself above the law, and I never have...until now. I'm too old for this nonsense. My house is sound. My wife is due to get out of the hospital next week, and, uh...options are limited. We're going to move into our house. So...it looks like... either I'm going to jail...
or I'm going home. Either way, I can sleep with a clear conscience.
This Still Mine was piece was in my Netflix cue for over a month before I finally decided to dive in. What a jewel. The old soul in me walked away from this one with an even deeper appreciated for the fallen, dirty and broken aspects of life. Of course, we should strive for excellence in ever way. But the fact is, there hasn't been and never will be a soul who will take their last breath without any past mistakes or regrets. Another detriment to our peace is the tormenting and often paralyzing fear of error. But, at the end of the day we're really left with the only decision to do our best and allow divine providence to cover us where we fail. Perhaps grace really is the only healthy reconciliation between good intentions and not so good actions.
Craig's intentions were to seek after the welfare of his wife.
His actions broke the law.
What happens next? Craig received what he didn't deserve. I guess you'll have to watch the movie to find out the rest!
Look out for scene where Irene (Craig's wife) is recovering from a certain broken bone in her body and she's strolls in to the room to give him a hair trim (what's left of the few strands he has). LOL! What a rich moment. This movie is a keeper. So many principles to extract. WATCH IT!
Welp, I'm going for a walk now. On my new hip.....that the LAW said I couldn't have....and, that I didn't deserve.
Peace & Blessings.