We finally said aloha to Lost, which went out with a message of hope. America Ferra joined the list of celebs building schools. And two famous Brad Whitfords collided. Here are this week's most inspirational pop culture moments.
Lost Goes out with a Message of Hope
This week the series Lost came to an end and viewers everywhere finally realized that the characters on the deserted island weren’t the ones who didn’t understand what had been going on all this time… we were.
Sure, the producer’s answered some questions but they left a whole lot open for water cooler debate. For example, where did that polar bear come from and when, in fact did all the castaways die. Was it at the point of impact? Or did each meet their own demise at different points along the journey? Was the island purgatory? Was it hell? Or was it the gate of heaven?
As confused as we might have been for the last six years, and on Sunday night about a lot of things, we walked away with this one inspiring concept. We love the idea that when we die (God-forbid), we will find ourselves in a parallel universe, and when we touch our missing loved ones, our joint experiences on Earth will come back to us in a flash of memory leading to ultimate peace. Sounds like a very pleasant afterlife to us.
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