Here are two thoughts:
1. People will probably disagree
with me on this, but I was moved by how John Edwards daughter (Cate) and
his parents stood by him throughout his trial, and how he said after
the mistrial that God is not through with him yet and he still has good
that he can do. Although he did rotten things, the fact that his family
stood by him shows that he has some decency within him, for he
apparently has a strong relationship with some in his family, who have
not given up on him. I hope that he has learned from his misdeeds and
will use his second chance rightly.
2. I watched a movie last night with my Mom and her husband, Everything Must Go, starring Will Ferrell. You can read about it here. I
enjoyed it because Will Ferrell plays a likable, approachable, quiet,
socially-awkward guy who's dealing with his own brokenness, and who
receives healing through his relationships with others. He does the
same in another movie that I like, Stranger Than Fiction.