The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins is Coming Soon in PG-13 MOVIE
Official Selection for Best Screenplay 2013 at The Beverly Hills Film Festival.
Jim Elliott is the head of a corrupt organization, where crime and acts of terror are committed against humanity; nobody crosses him and lives to talk about it.
He is a man of great influence in society, well educated in criminal law, has wealth and power, and uses it all for evil means. His family must pay the ultimate price for his behavior. Living in a free society, is not one his family can ever experience because of his sins.
Author: Ellen J. Barrier
“Death is the inevitable price we must pay. Freedom is not a thing my family nor myself has ever experienced.”__ Tony Elliott
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Author: Ellen Jean Barrier
Screenplay writers: Stephanie Kimmel & Kathy Krantz Stewart
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The man who shows great respect for his mother, and the women in his life: will have respect for those he meets.
__ Ellen J. Barrier
Evil can oftentimes disguise itself as being beautiful, that attracts the eyes and stimulates pleasant desires that can result in a broken heart when it is embraced. Some women have made the mistake of choosing the wrong man, who they gave their hearts to, such as the one who is described below:
He is gorgeous, so attractive to look upon, that when his eyes met hers, she could not look away. His eyes hold within them a captivating beauty that is irresistible. He is charming: his words are those that captured her attention: He said all the things he knew she desired to hear. While saying “Hello” to her, and complimenting her on her appearance, he was quickly reading her like an open book. He finds out her weaknesses and uses them to achieve his desires. He is evil disguised in beauty. But she is blinded by passion. Who is this gorgeous creature she has fallen helpless in love with?
He is evil. His heart can never belong to her: He is incapable of loving. He uses his looks and charm to get whatever he wants. When she finds out who he really is, the doors of her prison are locked and she learns she can never be free.
“Do not envy evil men, neither desire to be with them. For their hearts studies destruction and their lips talk of mischief” King Solomon (Proverbs 24:1}
These men are not good role models. They are abusive, controlling and manipulative to women and children. They have no compassion for their family.
The people who follow them accept their behavior as strong men. They in reality are very weak men.
Strong men respect others. They are good role models for children. They possess the characteristic tracts of kindness, Love, respectful, peaceful, empathy and sympathy: Such men are trustworthy, gentle and reveal patience in a relationship. Women who give their hearts to them, are not blinded by passion, they are protected with their Love. They have been given a treasure chest of priceless valuables that will last a lifetime. The men in their lives are careful and thoughtful in the decisions they make. They are cool-headed under pressure, but will fight when there is a legitimate cause.
The character of an individual describes who they are. This is a safe way to avoid a broken heart: And asking, “Where did I go wrong?
From the Novel: The Price We Must Pay For Our Father’s Sins
One day when Priscilla looked into the mirror, she saw the face of a battered woman. Inside, her soul felt the same. The gorgeous face and figure that were once hers were gone. She felt like a much older woman. The youthful zest she once had coupled with energy, had vanished from her body. Not only was she a prisoner to Jim, she had become a prisoner in his organization as well. “Where did I go wrong? She asked.
Written by Ellen J. Barrier
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“The man who shows great respect for his mother, and the women in his life; will have respect for those he meets.”
― Ellen J. Barrier
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