In the movie “Stranger Than Fiction,” Harold Crick is a robotic IRS agent who begins to question his mundane existence when he hears a mysterious voice narrating his life and foreshadowing his death. When he discovers that he is not the master of his own destiny, but rather a fictional character, Crick tracks down his author and convinces her to rewrite the ending of his story.
While both strange and fictional, Crick’s journey speaks to our capacity to question the roles we play and the scripts we’ve been given and reclaim our personal narratives.
Sometimes the roles we play and their societally prescribed scripts don’t really serve us. Yet we keep acting them out simply because we’ve become accustomed to the motions and memorized our lines. To read more, click on this link: http://t.co/X89pZaJuOK