3 Days To Kill w/ Kevin, Amber & Cast

3 Days to Kill3 Days to Kill is a movie starring Kevin Costner, Amber Heard, Hailee Steinfeld, Eriq Ebouaney and Connie Nielsen with a profound spiritual insight for having a so much better life.

Kevin, the protagonist plays a spy dying of cancer and trying to leave his job to reconnect with his estranged wife, Connie Nielsen, and daughter, Hailee Steinfeld, who he pushed away during his career to keep them safe.

Heard plays an elite assassin who trades Kevin a potentially life saving drug for him to kill a terrorist called the wolf who is selling dirty bombs.

It’s not a great movie but entertaining enough. And, Amber Heard and Connie Nielsen are both very nice to look at.

But that’s not what’s important…

3 Days to Kill’s Spiritual Insight

There is a family of squatters that Kevin can’t get out of his house, in France, because it’s Winter and he has no legal recourse.

Kevin let’s them stay for that and because the squatters father’s, Jules who is played by Eriq Ebouaney, daughter is having a baby.

Jules promises to leave when the baby is born. But when that happens, Kevin tries to convince  them to stay.

What is important is what the father says then. He says “Everything is as it should be”.

That’s an extremely profound statement that most people never realize.

In today’s political climate, a good portion of people are dissatisfied about who is in charge.

In today’s media climate, the media gives those who are dissatisfied a bigger voice.

The voices may change in the next election cycle, but dissatisfied voices will still have the megaphone.

All of those dissatisfied voices and many more fail to understand that we have collectively created whatever mess we are complaining about and that everything is as it should be.

It is as it should be partly because there is a lesson for us to learn. And if we don’t learn it, the circumstances will present themselves again; often with more painful consequences.

Stop Fighting

On an individual level, you are unsuccessfully fighting what is.

You can’t fight what is. It is. You can accept what is and you’ll feel better. Then, you can start creating instead of fighting.

You are just wasting your time and energy fighting.

Stop fighting and start creating.

Here’s a basic analogy, not accepting what is is like swimming against a current. You will never move very far forward.

When you accept what is and start creating, you are in effect using the current to help you get where you want to go.

The problem is that very few people actually have these skills and understanding.

I do and this is what my coaching programs are about.

I help people see the currents, remove their blockages and start using the current to eliminate what they don’t want in their life and create what they do want.

It’s really not difficult when you know how.

So, why don’t we start working together to help you have a so much better life?

Do you want to struggle in futility? Simple apply for a free personal coaching session and I’ll help you start with no obligations.

We simply chat and if you want, we can chat some more.


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