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Star Wars Challenge: Week 15

A scene that makes you sad/angry?  (I picked sad...)

it can't be...

the final dance of the heroes

I will do what I must...

the inevitable, sad end of a grand dream.

This final scene of Obi-Wan and Anakin together always rips my heart out.
The destruction of relationship, the betrayal, the pain...

"You were the Chosen One! It was said that you would destroy the Sith, not join them. You were to bring balance to the Force, not leave it in darkness."

(As Anakin shouts his hatred toward Obi-Wan, he responds out of the pain of his soul...)

"You were my brother, Anakin... I loved you!"


Granny-Wan said…
Nothing makes me sadder than this scene, poor Obi-Wan's heart is broken...
Mama Cache said…
You sure captured the heartbreak in that stamp you carved and in the card that you created with it. Unforgettable.
Ari C'rona said…
I had no idea we'd pick the same scene! It's one that impacts us a huge amount, though, huh?

Love the pics!
YourBrother said…
Only the Creator can know the depth of our hearts, nor the extent of our purpose. Thus it is our duty to extent our hand as long as possible to rescue the lost, no matter the pain or sorrow. Judgement is mine saith the Lord.
Anakin really had no chance to be the good person he desired to be due to his manipulated birth. But he did contain a right purpose that arose when the conditions were right to be the Chosen One.
I love this story and its message!

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