The Hunger Games is about the power of LoveSubmitted by Michael Nystrom on Mon, 09/30/2013 - 01:36
The power of love to triumph over Tyranny.
What is it that compels Katniss to take the place of her younger sister?
I'm just re-watching it now. It is free with Amazon Prime.
Why did she show kindness to the little black girl? She transcended the twisted rules of the Hunger Games and their ability to manipulate her. She saw the girl, and she saw Love. She showed her love, and the people responded, because people cannot help but respond to love.
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PART II - CATCHING FIRE - IN THEATERS NOVEMBER 22!
I've seen the trailer. Having read the book, I my recollection of that book was: S U B V E R S I V E.
This is where the revolution really starts to catch. Katniss is being made into a symbol of the revolution. And then, she discovers that she has help - in high places - on the inside.
But it is hard to know who to trust... Things are treacherous. It is high stakes, and exciting.
"Remember who the real enemy is."
I can't wait to see the whole thing.
These books were extremely popular with young people just a few years ago. They will see the movies.
I'm looking for the ignition of liberty ideas in other areas of culture. This looks like a prime candidate.
Apparently that Madonna video is something similar.
Like some kind of spontaneous combustion of Liberty is igniting across the culture.
Good. That is what we want to see.