This is a plea to all Doctors out there. Please stop playing God. Allow your patients the understanding they are born with. Let your patients know that they too have the power to heal themselves beyond anything that you have been taught; that his or her powerful desire and belief, in those healing energies within their being, can be called upon at any time. After all, your patient just might believe in miracles and who are you to question their belief. I know. Because I have, been one of millions who have, experienced a miracle. I’ve got this.
Thank you Tessa and Sascha Hartmann for never giving up the dream. Thank you for putting Scotland on the map in animation. And thank you for remaining true to “Sir Billi”.
I was wondering why I had been feeling so drawn to meeting these lovely people. Well, not only are they from the land of my birth, they are here to teach me a lesson on how, at all odds, they have held the dream and even with four, beautiful children to take care of, they still aimed for the highest star.
Today “Sir Billi”, all the way from Scotland, is being played at the Sebastiani Theatre here in Sonoma, California. This is what clear intention, trust, believing and letting go can do. Bless all those many people who believed along with Tessa and Sascha. I must admit, when I heard those lovely, Scottish accents, especially those of the children I got a wee bit homesick! Thank you all. Now, I am going to settle back with my bag of popcorn and love “Sir Billi”. I’ve got this.
The only thing, that may dampen the spirits of those Sonoma Film Festival hopefuls, might be the rain. Meanwhile, the town is a buzz of excitement while people decide on which films they want to see.
I, on the other hand, am intrigued to follow the hopefuls from the land of my birth, Scotland. Sascha and Tessa Hartmann are the Directors, Writers and Producers of Sir Billi, the first ever, animated film to come out of Scotland. Yeah! Let’s hear it for the Scots!
And guess whose voices we will hear? Sir Sean Connery and Dame Shirley Bassey. I am quickly transported to the movie, “Goldfinger – James Bond.
The Scots are used to inclement weather and I am sure they will not let it get in their way. Welcome Sascha and Tessa Hartmann and thanks for putting Scotland on the map as far as animated film is concerned. I am so proud of you. I’ll be honored to greet you at KSVY on this morning with Ken Brown at 8 am. Let’s hear it for the Scots! I’ve got this!