The Second Glance

David RocheThis brilliant and inspiring short film was produced by Nic Askew about David Roche, a man who was born with a facial disfigurement and who spent years struggling with the impact of this in his life.

But finally, as David says, “When I was middle-aged, I found my voice.” He discovered his own inner beauty – and has since dedicated his life to helping others do the same.

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Perhaps our deepest fear is that we don’t belong. To ‘the tribe’. That we’re separate.

And perhaps it’s this fear that drives us to ‘be a certain way’. In order to belong. And compels us to hide what we believe to be imperfect.

Perhaps the assumption of imperfection offers us the opportunity to catch a glimpse of our own true beauty.

Perhaps true beauty is to be seen beyond the judgement of a first glance hidden somewhere in the mystery beyond what we assume to be facing us – hidden in the possibility of your second glance.

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