I spent the month of February and the first four days of March in Michigan in order to help my family with some things, but now I am back in Texas. The thing is that I am stuck in the airport. Sounds like the same situation I posted about when I was about to go … Continue reading On Familiar Situations and Being Kind
Christian fiction had not been popular until 1995 when Jerry B. Jenkins and Tim LaHaye released their famous Apocalyptic novel, Left Behind that year. Originally, the story was pitched as a novel, then a trilogy, then a seven book series which then turned to be a twelve book series ending with Glorious Appearing. If you … Continue reading Are Apocalyptic Novels Overrated?
This is not a review of the movie, but just deep thinking about it. This post will be in both the "Movie Reviews" section and the "Deep Thinking" section. I just watched Inception for the second time yesterday and it has to be one of the most thought provoking movies I have seen. Taking or … Continue reading Inception- The Top: Still Spinning?
Here is a post that my sister wrote on her blog. It's great and I would love for you all to read it: I know that you must be expecting something amazing with how awesome this post's title is, but believe me you would be let down so rest your anticipation before continuing on. Yesterday … Continue reading Entertaining Angels
This year, most people… …will live their life just like they did in 2010. …will never put commonly accepted assumptions to the test. They’ll just accept them. …will never take that big risk they got excited about in December. …will stop trying after their first failure, never realizing the first ten are just a warm-up. … Continue reading Most People