toys: spiritual health
Posted in the Roman Catholic Church Forum
#1 Feb 1, 2013
Cotton candy is a fuzzy fun food that can be enjoyed at a park, at a carnival, or at a drive-in movie. Cotton candy represents human recreation and digestion.
Why are toys and toy-like cultural artifacts such as candy, music recreation devices, movie players, trampolines, etc. representative of emotional health? How do gadget-celebratory Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Toys" (1992) echo this belief?
Is the Planet Hollywood restaurant franchise, itself based ornamentally on the Hollywood (USA) movie (and movie poster!) franchise, symbolic of imagination sustenance?
Why do sickness-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "12 Monkeys" (1995) remind people of biological exercise? Do people like to play while they work?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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