Today I watched the historical drama, Elizabeth: The Golden Age. It was a good movie and there were two scenes that had quotes that stood out to me:
Lately, I've been marinating in the idea that the things that people do, say and how they react to things is purely a reflection of themselves and their inner landscape. In that vein, this quote spoke to me.
And at the end of the movie, Elizabeth says this:
Another idea that I've been pondering a lot lately is that the things we are most afraid of are not our shortcomings, but rather our own greatness. Kinda weird to think about, but feels as though it could be true.