The Divrei Navon Pop Media Series : Vol. 5 / “Groundhog Day” – Ecclesiastes Revisited

 

We are living Groundhog Day, our lives are Groundhog Day!  The only difference is that there are slight, entirely superficial, changes each of our days which distract us from facing the wrenching existential reality that we are living the same exact day over and over again.  King Solomon noted this in his existential work “Ecclesiastes” wherein he opens by telling us there is nothing new under the sun – there are changes in the seasons (1:4-8), but everything just returns: “That which has been is that which shall be, and that which has been done is that which shall be done, there is nothing new under the sun” (1:9).  The movie takes us through all the stages of man’s depth crisis as described by King Solomon, and ends, as did Ecclesiastes, on a note of hope.

 

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