The Messenger: Origins – The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly – Day Five – Scene Two

Opelika, Alabama – 14:00 Central Standard Time

To God be humble, to thy friend be kind, and with thy neighbors gladly lend and borrow; His chance tonight, it might be thine tomorrow. – William Dunbar

This scene reintroduces Jim Wallace, and it shows him doing something that each of us has to do at some point in our lives; face a decision that did not turn out well. Jim’s poor decision resulted with his friend being injured and ultimately admitted to the intensive care unit.

When you made your bad decision(s), how did you handle the results of said decision(s)? Did you admit the error of your ways and take corrective actions or did you deny any wrongdoing? What were the results of your admission or denial?

The Messenger Series is meant to be entertainment, but I hope that it also provides food for thought. That is why it is and will continue to be full of these dilemmas.

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