There are instances in our lives when we will make mistakes. Thus, we need to learn from it and not repeat those mistakes the second time around. Further, those experiences will mold us and make us stronger to be a better person.
“Some days are just bad days, that’s all. You have to experience sadness to know happiness, and I remind myself that not every day is going to be a good day, that’s just the way it is!”
Dita Von Teese
Jeffrey Leon Bridges is a multi-talented person as a singer, actor, and producer. He once appeared on the television series ”Sea Hunt.” Further, it seems that their family likes big screens and being a TV star runs in the family.
His father, Lloyd Bridges is an actor, her mother, Dorothy Bridges is a singer-actress and lastly his older brother, Beau Bridges is an actor. Aside from being an actor, he was also a former US Coast Guard Reserve. In addition, he is also active in humanitarian activities, supporting the “End Child Hunger” and “Amazon Conservation Team.”
“Crazy Heart” was released in 2009, and it was based on the novel of Thomas Cobb which was released in 1987. The movie revolves around the life of “Otis “Bad” Blake” which Bridges played. He was once a great country singer, but now he is livin’ by the moment, travelin’ across the Southwestern United States and playin’ his guitar in small bars. The story focuses on second chances, forgiveness, and improving oneself.
Hence, it ended by giving the protagonist a second chance to redeem himself. After all, it’s never too late for a second chance. Sometimes, we always take everything for granted; we need to value every moment especially the ones that are near to our heart. In conclusion, life is not a bed of roses; there are struggles, we suffer and experience pain and its up to us on how to deal with it.
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