You don't see this scene anywhere in the world. Sadarghat is the largest river port of the world in terms of passenger crossing. Surely the most happening place in town!
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THE WORD : To be justified means to be free from sin, condemnation and destruction awaiting everyone who hates God. Christ Jesus paid for all our debts in full at the cross, so irrespective of what we have ever done, Christ Jesus has paid the price for that transgression. In Gal 3:13-14, the scripture speaking says, "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, cursed is everyone that hangeth on a tree: That the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith". Christ first redeemed us from all the sins we have committed, washed us and cleansed us thereby making us ready for the fulfillment of our destiny. This is so important that without Christ Jesus, there's no salvation which means there's no justification. Also Rom 8:30, the Word of God speaking says, it will take us to be justified if we are ready for his glorification. Do you want glory? If yes! Then you must be justified first by Christ Jesus through the eternal sacrifice done on our behalf that we might please him who hath called us glory and virtue. From today, receive grace to overcome spiritual laziness and laxity in the name of Jesus Christ. Begin to go forward, no more backward trend in the name of Jesus Christ. You are blessed in the name of Jesus Christ. #rescuemandateoutreachworldwide#word#nigeria#us#brasil#argentina#portugal#spain#slovenia#england#scotland#wales#indonesia#newzealand#australia#austria#morocco#algeria#egypt#tunisia#uae#pakistan#bangladesh#india#china#lebanon#mexico#paraguay#honduras#peru
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A suicidal schizophrenic teenager - Deborah - is checked into a mental institution right at the beginning of this movie, and we see her journey towards a better mental health where she can consciously cope with her mind's oddities. Dr. Fried, an eloquent and kind psychiatrist, helps Deborah face and overcome the mental obstacles separating her from the reality. This movie is a big no to the people who are triggered by self-harm.
I watched this film despite knowing that it ends on a happy note, because I was looking for a movie which unaesthetically portrays the sufferings and discomfort of mental illness. This is not a movie to watch and enjoy - you are supposed to feel Deborah's uneasy alienation in an institution - among numerous patients, each with unique problems. And in each interaction Deborah has with Dr. Fried or the hospital staff McPherson, you'll feel glad that they acknowledge as well as guide a patient with much compassion.
Without any pleasant visuals or music, this movie stands solely on the superb performances by Kathleen Quinlan and Bibi Andersson. Quinlan was extremely passionate in portraying a deeply troubled schizophrenic; Andersson was equally magnificent as a sensitive psychiatrist. However, Deborah's problems and Dr. Fried's approach in working on them were presented just on the surface - there's no in-depth analysis or explanation as to how exactly Deborah gets better in the end. This was a major weakness of this film.
Again, nobody will ever watch such a movie for entertainment. I wanted to study a difficult portrayal of mental illness - and was quite satisfied. In fact, Deborah's frustrations often resonated with mine. Instead of the discomfort many might feel, I felt sympathetic and could truly relate to the sufferings portrayed in this movie.
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977), directed by Anthony Page.
From a series of interviews taken in the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. These are just a few of the stories of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya who have faced persecution from the Burmese Army.
Age: 39 Years Old
From: Naribil, Maungdaw, Myanmar
Entered Cox’s Bazar: September 2, 2017
Shofika: “They (the Burmese Military) took the children from their mothers’ arms. Those who could flee lived, and those who couldn’t died”. .