How much is in a life? Filmmaker Temujin Doran reshuffles events in this beautiful video.

“How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.” Annie Dillard poignantly points out in her New York Times Bestselling meditation, The Writing Life. It leaves one thinking about all those little things we do, day after day, those mundane chores and lapses of thought. In this captivating short film, inspired by David Eagleman’s Sum: Forty Tale from the Afterlives, Temujin Doran imagines what a life would look like, reshuffled. How much of our lives are spent doing laundry? Worrying over death? Experiencing true, unvarnished joy? A great piece to work with, Doran’s thoughts and wonderings left me contemplative and stirred. Take four minutes out of your day, and have a peek. ♥

   

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