To just enjoy the show.
This did not happen by chance.
|Cherishing an autumn afternoon riding in the Black Hills.|
As much as I enjoyed the movie, the father-daughter scenes hit the hardest. In the movie's final scene, Billy plays a CD recording his young daughter made for him, as he considers a $12.5 million job offer from the Boston Red Sox that requires a cross-country move away from her. She plays guitar and sings a popular song, modified slightly for her dad. Here's a few lines:
"I'm just a little girl lost in the moment,
I'm so scared, but I don't show it.
I can't figure it out, it's bringing me down
I know, I've got to let it go,
and just enjoy the show."
Sometimes, we strive so hard to achieve, we don't recognize success, let alone appreciate the journey.
Just enjoy the show.
|Daughter Casey Beane playing for her dad Billy.|
Here's a link to a video of the MoneyBall final scene.