Watch the trailer. It is a film about hope, faith, optimism and the power of music to inspire and heal. The film highlights true stories of Love, Inspiration, Second Chances, Forgiveness and Miracles: A father who honors his daughter's memory by saving four lives through organ donation; a homeless shelter that teaches ballroom dancing, literally getting people back on their feet; a woman who miraculously recovers from a devastating spinal cord injury that should have killed her instantly; a couple who overcome the pain of their respective pasts to find love and redemption; two Nashville songwriters whose life experiences combine to create breathtaking piece of music for the ages.
It is considered to be Womack's signature song ,   and it is the only Billboard number one for both Womack and Sons of the Desert. Womack told The Today Show , "You can't hear those lyrics and not think about children and—and—and hope for the future and things you want for them. And those are the things I want for them in life. I want them to feel small when they stand beside the ocean. But even 'I Hope You Dance. When—when I say kids, I mean, you know, like teenagers. And we saw a big difference in our audience and—and the young kids that were coming out to the shows and really into 'I Hope You Dance. It made me think about Aubrie and Anna Lisa [her daughters]. And I—I didn't know—I can't predict if something's going to be a big hit or not.
This is a very delicate territory, so tread carefully. I also know that my husband's job as a Surgeon is before us my kids and I. I have finally learned to pray to change my heart, not his. If he says he wants to keep things casual, head for the hills - he's the latter and he doesn't appreciate you. I think Bob, the answer can be found in your comment. I am 27, LDS, and 5 days away from marrying my own amazing non-Mormon man. Whereas white and black may both sleep in on Sunday and tie their left shoes first, Mos have a set of behavioral norms that are in serious conflict with Nomo lifestyles.