Vodcast: The Little Prince and the Beautiful Mess of Story

Stories are so misunderstood. As much as we all enjoy them, we often fail to recognize—or just flat out misunderstand—their importance and power, both for ill and for good. Which is why it’s nice when a story comes along that reminds us of the beauty that a good story can unveil and the ways they can move our hearts.

Today, Paul and I talk about Netflix’s new flick, The Little Prince, and the powerful way it reminds us to refocus our hearts and minds on what really matters, not just what society deems to be ‘Matters of Consequence.’

And, if you prefer an audio-only version, you’re in extra luck this week! We recorded a fun and robust discussion about Suicide Squad and the resonance of its story, as well as its portrayal of a different brand of antihero.

Who wrote this?

Jake Roberson is Plugged In’s social media manager and strategist. He’s the father of four children and husband of one wife, and he quite likes life that way. He also likes writing about entertainment, pop culture, dadhood … and food. He’s also a former Guinness World Record holder for participating in the largest hacky sack circle. Catch up with him on Twitter @jake_roberson

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