Poring over some newsfeeds this morning, I followed a link to the first video to be released from Guantonomo. Without thinking, I stumbled upon a scenario that took my breath away, and after a few frames of watching a weeping 16-year-old, my shaking hand stopped the images.
It hung over me like a damp blanket. I couldn’t get my mind off the brutality of the world in which we live, off of why nations wage war against nations, or at how terrorism and counter-terrorism supposedly define the “new normal”.
And then—just as unsuspectingly—I tripped over this. A project called Where the Hell is Matt?. I can’t describe it, other than to say for the duration of this video, I smiled, and cried, and ultimately felt an overwhelming sense of joy and hope.
To watch the video in High Quality—and I strongly suggest it—go to the YouTube page and be sure to select Watch Video in High Quality just below the video.