Using poignant symbolism, the original animated short Proof 4 Life documents a family's life-crossing experience during a two-year spiritual and psychological travail called Covid.
Proof 4 Life starts simply and uneventfully, with a road trip. The family of five is traveling alongside a proverbial river-like highway, Life. The family’s idyllic travels are soon displaced, however, by a myriad of alarming hazard notifications accompanied by weeping, sorrow, by sadness, and human misery.
Toward the end of the saga, through perseverance and inspirational road-side messaging, the family’s quest toward absolution endures and human resilience, such as it is, is again believed to prevail.
This seven-minute animation (the Proof 4 Life's simple yet eloquent animation technique was not produced to win Oscars; it was executed as a means of conveying particular content) gives nod to the deep psychological grief experienced universally by man[y] throughout this pandemic and by its aftermath, even after the pandemic itself may be long over.
Most pointedly, Proof 4 Life does not contain any images of Covid. The word Covid is significantly not present, either. (There are glimpses of the word as part of an artist’s original graphic, spiritually interpreted artistic presentation Latamba; however, those glimpses are immediately counterbalanced by - according to the artist - the spirit-world's correct word for Covid - Latamba.)
If, as you are watching this animation, the images of Covid and related psychological ennui accumulated during the past two years still continue to circle through your brain causing any psychological discomfort, you are likely still psychologically afflicted by Covid - whether the physical virus itself is of threat to you or not.
Watch Proof 4 Life until the Covid images start to disintegrate. Blanket them toward extinction by visualizing the green object in the original-art billboard Victory, first on display at 3 minutes 51 seconds in Proof 4 Life. Cover all covid images with it in your mind.
Strive to absorb the green object's spiritual healing powers for your own.
In addition, share Proof 4 Life, available on YouTube, with anyone whom you believe can benefit from its messaging. To watch the 7 minute short animation click on the Proof 4 Life thumbnail below, and click again on the Cara Leah Productions home page image.
Alternately, if you are not interested in Proof 4 Life, visit www.notmyapple.com to learn how to wean yourself off of cell phone addiction.