Letters To God, The Movie

Ever stumble upon something exciting, cool, meaningful?

How does that make you feel? Does it feel like a gift? It might. It really depends on the whole picture.

But what if you can’t see the whole picture? Then what? Does that mean what happened wasn’t meaningful?

On a routine Delta flight yesterday, I met Kim Dawson. We both said, “You look familiar.”

Turns out we attend the same Mass at the same church. Turns out we’re both headed to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Me, to give a speech that may help change the world.

Kim, to watch a movie that may help change the world.

And one more thing, Kim is the Producer of the movie.

His movie debuts nationwide in two days. He said, “Would you like to come watch it tonight?”

So I wrote a “letter to God”:

“Dear God, thank you for placing this opportunity in front of me. Life on the road is challenging enough, but without proper rest, it becomes even more challenging. May I please do this later?”

My letter to God pales in comparison to the young, cancer-stricken boy who writes Letters to God and the Mailman who has to figure out what to do with them.

By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.


  1. The magazine Plugged In gave this movie a great review. I plan on seeing it. Awesome that you got to “accidentally” meet the producer. With God, there are no accidents.

  2. God is always speaking to us. When we think he isn’t, it’s only because we aren’t listening.

  3. Watched this movie shortly after receiving the cancer diagnosis.

    Recognized some of the faces in the movie. That was a treat!

    At the time, I wasn’t prepared to watch the movie and accept some of the messages contained in the film. My faith has helped me to accept the good days and the bad days since.

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