Live with Honor

“The greatest way to live with honor in this world is to be what we pretend to be.”  ~Socrates

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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13 Responses to Live with Honor

  1. Awesome! Love it. 🙂

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  2. You nailed it Mitch… Exactly! I was at a Pastor’s wives retreat and the speaker talked about keeping our focus and running our OWN race, not comparing ourselves to others… but keeping our eyes on The Prize. The two messages filter together well… hers and yours. So thankful for you and all HE uses to continue changing and molding me (and everyone)… it never ends… till heaven… that’s my guess! 🙂 So often you share a LOT of wisdom in so few words… and of course, the pictures! Thanks again! 🙂

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  3. oneta hayes says:

    A great selection of honorable winners for whom I am thankful. I also recognize these type folks are walking around without the camera on them. Great people, great citizens. Lovely post.

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  4. sanseilife says:

    On my fridge my dogs put a magnet that says “Please let me be the person my dog thinks I am”

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  5. Laura Bennet says:

    So much said in those few words. Thank you. Thanks also for reading my post. I’m glad you liked it! I wonder where you get ideas for your movies. Are they yours or other people’s? I’ve had a few people at various times tell me my book, The Miracle of Us: Confession of an Online Dater, would be a good movie, so I’m curious as to what movie producers look for in a story. How does one know what would “be a good movie?” I’ve enjoyed reading some of your posts!

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    • mitchteemley says:

      Good to meet you, Laura. The answer to the question “what do producers look for?” is as varied as the people who produce. But, in general, they look for stories that work well on film, i.e. good premise (is there a “poster”?), visually oriented, solid plot line (low-key character studies are a hard sell) and, unless it’s a best-selling book, a well written spec script. Blessings.

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  6. amaranto es says:

    . I’ve had a few people at assorted times state me my record, The miracle of Us: Confession of an Online Dater, would be a good movie, so I’m funny as to what movie producers look for in a narration.

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