Saturday, 4 October 2008

Works of Mercy



I watched Walk The Line recently about the life of Johnny Cash. I've never been that much into his music but his songs were very good. I was impressed by his band's decision to play County Prisons in the US. Having spent time inside himself he knew what it was like to live like the prisoners. In the film the joy of the prisoners is infectious and I couldn't help thinking of Our Lord's words, "When you did it to the least of these, you did it unto Me."

2 comments:

madame evangelista said...

I love that film! I didn't know anything about Johnny Cash - not even a single one of his songs - before I saw it, but now I'm a belated fan. I don't know if the film was idealistic but he did come across as a very compassionate (and essentially spiritual) man. Great video - thanks for posting.

The Bones said...

Pleasure!

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