Women’s History Month: Documentary Review – “Noble” directed by Stephan Bradley


I  am so happy that I found this documentary. This is another great one to watch now and especially since it’s Women’s History month. I often browse my Amazon Prime videos on my Kindle and lately I have been in a documentary mood.  I am finding them so enlightening and inspiring.  The key is to take that energy and find your way to help.

This film is about an Irish women who grows up in poverty and rises above this to fulfill a dream to go to Vietnam. She doesn’t know any specifics in this dream she just feels a great pull and need to go there. So she promises to go when she can. As an adult, she manages to make it to Vietnam and a beautiful journey unfolds.

I have never heard of Christina Noble until I watched this documentary but she is now on my radar and each time I see something like this, I am forever changed. This film demonstrates how you don’t have to have a lot of money to make positive changes that will benefit many. I am so inspired when I reflect on this film.

She also wrote two books: “Bridge Across my Sorrows: The Christina Noble Story” and “Mama Tina: The Christina Noble Story Continues“.

If you want to find out more about Christina Noble and her foundation you can find it here.

I hope you find inspiration as I did when you watch this film.

Have a blessed day!


Happy International Women’s Day!

Happy International Women’s day to all the amazing women in the world!  I watched Katie (Couric) show yesterday and it just got my all pumped up and ready to find some quality programs for women that I can support.

If you have any time today, take some time to look at some of these amazing programs.

Ladies Unite!

Have a blessed day!



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