What is home? Is it a house or something more? Is home where you grew up, where you live, or where you hope to live? Some people live in houses. Perhaps they feel isolated, unloved, abused, or even hated. Others live in a home where they are a member of family, loved and nurtured. Where ultimately is home? Listen and meditate on the words of Going Home by Libera.
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Chariots of Fire is the based-on-fact 1981 movie of two runners, Harold Abrahams and Eric Liddell, who train to compete in the 100-meter sprint in the 1924 Olympic games. Abrahams, played by Ben Cross, is a English nonreligious Jew who is a student at Cambridge just after WWI. Liddell, played by Ian Charleson, is a Christian Scot and former rugby star who is expected to take over his father’s religious mission in China. Both are driven to win a gold medal at the Paris Olympics, but for different reasons.
Read more: Life in Eternity: a review of the movie Chariots of Fire