As David Deida reminds us in The Way of the Superior Man:
"A man should hear his woman's complaints like warning bells, and then do his best to align his life with his truth and purpose. However, if he believes in the literal content of her complaint, he will immediately go off course, for the content reflects her present mood more than a careful observation of his tendencies over time. Her complaint should be valued as a reminder to 'get it together,' and perhaps as an indiciation as to how. But more often than not, the specifics of her complaint do not describe the real, underlying action or tendency that needs to be changed."
But what if they could just be direct for once? I wanted to see for myself.
Odwick Season Two, Episode Eight (of Ten) odwick.com/
Giorgia's Costume by Yozmit yozmit.com
Director of Photography - Vincent Peone vincentpeone.tumblr.com
Camera Operator - Brendan H. Banks bbanksfilms.tumblr.com/
Sound Recordist - Kurt Seery
Makeup by Jenna Levine
Audio Mastering by TJ Lipple
Music composed by Ludwig van Beethoven
Produced by RONENV.COM
Written, Directed and Post-produced by Jake Lodwick
Behind the scenes photos here: flickr.com/photos/cinemalog/sets/72157625009233596/
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