Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Disney Religiosity


 Real religiosity is to see heart in matter, life in things,

and meaning in what is apparently inhuman and inanimate;

everything being manifestations of the divine anima. 

Because he felt that, Walt Disney re invented 

 animation as the expression of this alive interconectedness.






all inclusive interconectedness.

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Disney Gratefulness

 Life may be a constant lesson in humbleness. 
That is its spiritual generosity. 

Some people take it that way, 
and that is their gratefulness. 

Walt Disney was the most life grateful person: 
 He was constantly overcoming himself.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Disney Real Ecology



Walt Disney was the primordial ecologist, not just because he loved and respected nature, but because he expressed, in his animation, the truth that took modern science much study to assert: 

EVERYTHING is connected EVERYTHING is interdependent!

EVERYTHING shares one common Meaning!

In this small example of the interconnectedness of Disney animation,  we can see Mickey's ears equally participating in the manifestation of Mickey's fear,  as he anticipates what is to come.




Monday, April 12, 2010

Disney Awe


One cannot love highly enough
a man who fought to share with all
 the unparalleled awe he felt for life!
This man was Walt Disney.

Contemplative Disney

   Walt Disney's contemplative side is clearly shown in his love of miniatures, his power to see the immensity of the small. Before a tiny setting, or a small world, one, like a god, imagines stories, becomes its characters, at the same time of creating them. One is creator and creature at the same time.

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Disney Imminence of Life

The imminence of life is awe of its mystery and joy of its miracle. 
It is reverence before the immaculate and its unforgivingness. 
 It is the ambiguity of freedom;
of being permission and yet will of God; 
owner of a destiny but also part of a living whole.
 It is the seed of creation before life It is the awareness Walt Disney had, in his drive to animate.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Disney Call

External duty is law, convention and imposed learning. 

Inner duty is mission fulfilling. 

It is a call from God. 

Walt Disney is the best example of 

rebelliousness for the sake of inner duty.


He fulfilled it. Beautifully. 

With all his rigor as a boss, intolerance and what not, 

he fulfilled the call. Beautifully!

Wasn't he an angel?

Happy Easter to all!

Disney Eternity

"But time never mattered to Walt except as an annoyance. 

The only thing that mattered to him was that he had done everything in his power to make the cartoon as excellent as it could be" Gabler. 

In fact, what is time for someone who lives the timeless urge to give his best? 

Someone who, in the constant measuring up to his own dignity, 

had a pact with eternity?