So I settled down and watched Still Bill on Netflix.
Now I don’t cry easily, especially with movies, but i got a little weepy with this one. It’s a decent enough documentary about a musician (who’s put out more than a little bit of awesome music). But what really struck me is how it’s also a portrait of a man moving through the world with a pretty profound sense of gratitude. And it’s that sense of gratitude that fulfills him and makes him content with life. His quest isn’t for “more,” it’s for “depth.” If you get a chance, take a look at it. Well worth it, IMO.