After having time to read and think about the script Look Out the Window, if you would like, in the comments below, share with the community your thoughts. Feel free to comment on other’s thoughts as well.
Some questions to consider might be the following:
What aspect of Christ’s character did you find in this piece?
What aspect of the Christian life did you notice?
What thoughts or images came to mind when you read the script?
In what way could you relate to it?
Did you think about other things you’ve come across in your experience in life, such as texts, art works, movies, music, or experiences or conversations you’ve had?
Did any scriptures come to mind?
How might this script present an encouragement or challenge to you?
I loved Rose and related to her commitment to truth and reality even if reality was not as nice as she’d like it to be and in the face of her husband’s denial of that reality. But I was also convicted by Ash’s distraction and reliance on his device! I loved the ending! In the end the truth could not be denied and that is the aspect of Christ I see.
I loved this story. It really stirred my emotions. To be honest, I couldn't even think in metaphorical ways after I read this. (Since I am the editor of this series, I won't give away Tamara's insights, I'll just stick here with sharing my initial reactions.) Rose Case was relatable, with her need and desire to visit with a friend and wanting to do it together with her husband. And Ash really got on my nerves with being on the verge of gaslighting her, but not really. He was just distracted with, and trusted in, his own device too much. I felt satisfied at the end, that Rose was justified and proved right.