Living with Purpose/Spiritual Awakening
Tuesday (Monica's best friend): Look at you! You've done nothing with your life!
Monica: I've been in a coma. What's your excuse?
The flm serves as a wakeup call. Stop living mindlessly. Live your life with purpose.
"We invited the homeless shelters. They were very moved and many people cried. One man was heard sobbing, 'God can restore the years the locust has taken." Two of them received Jesus that night. What a blessing to be able to share His love in this way."
~ Wendy Cole, Dramatic Christian Ministries, New Mexico
Forgiveness and Self Forgiveness
Monica has every right to feel wronged. It's easy to place the blame on the person who stole her youth. But freedom comes with forgiveness ~ for the wronged as well as the wrongdoer.
Seeing the Big Picture
Ben (Monica's fiance): It's not always about me.
The film teaches the victory won by accepting that which is out of our control. Monica's journey begins when she "opens her eyes," yet she continues to be blinded by heartache and stubborn determination. Only at the end of her journey can her eyes truly be opened.