I noticed the drama majors on campus when I was at Notre Dame. They just seemed to be freer spirits than the rest of us. There was joy in their work; they were the only ones studying something whose work made them happy. I envied that.
I just think that humans were created to look upward
I don't believe any religion should be exclusive or feel superior in any way, or be judgmental. It should be a quiet, private thing.
We dont know Gods plan, but we do know were pretty blessed and God expects us to do something with that.
The soul is a muscle, and it needs to be exercised a little every day. Say a morning prayer just to say something.
In this country of the bountiful harvest, everyone can have enough to eat - we have it! We grow enough for everyone. Let's share it by supporting our local foodbanks, houses of worship and organizations who help people.
There's a oneness to showing yourself to an audience. They feel that. It's healthy. That's what acting is all about.
The image I gravitate towards are spunky women, women who talk back.
My parents were part of the Christian Family Movement, where we would have Masses said in our home and rotate with other families. I recall priests coming to our home and saying Mass in our living room. Catholicism was really woven through so much.
At Cornell, my acting teacher said you cannot be religious and be an artist. I sort of got it, because faith is a comfort and art comes from a lot of places, in a lot of people, from the dark chasm.
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