The following marks notes pertaining to word choice, sentence meanings, allusions and references—direct and implied—and metaphors taken from a line-by-line, reading of To the Fiduciary. Lines 1-14. “To my accounts…this horrid transaction”. One reading of this poem has it that the subject concerns a bad business relationship between a female client, the narrator, and a […]
In the last post, we installed Xcode together and created our first project. I will now show you, how to create your first application!
Do you have a “song?” The first few chapters of Luke’s gospel are filled with people’s songs. Throughout scripture people have sang songs during those “thin” times when God’s presence is so powerful you can almost see it; God’s vision for creation breaking through the fog of that which we have created. I’ve got several […]
Sorry to Bother You, the debut film of writer and director Boots Riley has been a long time in the making. The screenplay was first published in 2012 in conjunction with the Coup’s 6th album by the same name, part of a long and multifaceted campaign to garner enough attention to get the film made. […]
The Supreme Court rebuffed efforts by states to block funding to Planned Parenthood.
You are awakening a new level of awareness of your body in relation to your environment and finding ways to feel more in sync with it…
By Keith Weiner The Baby Boom generation may be the first generation to leave less to their children than they inherited. Or to leave nothing at all. We hear lots—often from Baby Boomers—about the propensities of their children’s generation. The millennials don’t have good jobs, don’t save, don’t buy houses in the same proportions as […]
Just as scientists confidently predicted last century, climate change is pushing weather to extremes all over the planet. A new report, published Monday by the American Meteorological Society, again proves the point. The 100-page report assessed 17 extreme weather events from 2017 — including floods, droughts, and heat waves — and determined global warming either […]
Stamford Bridge – West London. A marquee matchup between the premier leagues’ finest and the West London outfit rocked the premier league world somewhere in West London (SW6 1HS) fulham road. We witnessed fine art from an italian master, not the Caravaggio’s or the Michelangelo’s or the Da Vinci’s we know off, but rather a […]
Out of the Woods of Though is an exhibition of photography curated by ‘Inside the Outside’, a group of contemporary photographers who share a similar, though diverse approach to photographing the landscape. The four founding members; Al Brydon, Rob Hudson, Stephen Segasby and Joseph Wright, alongside a number of hand-picked guest exhibitors, present a quite […]
I want to ask you a question, and please feel free to answer in your own mind. What are you looking for in a church? Keep your answer to yourself for now. Second question, do you think church attendance is important and why or why not? There are two possible ways to answer these questions. […]
CAMREN The door creaked shut behind her. Camren sighed and leaned against the wall. In her left hand was a large sack, filled with bread, meat and other such items. I need a drink, she thought to herself. Camren wore the signature colours of The Bowlers: brown. Only her shirt was brown. Over it, […]
God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore, we will not fear, even though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; though its waters roar and be troubled, though the mountains shake with its swelling. (Psalm 46;1-3) Praise Reports President Donald […]
Today life sinks in. Today life is showing me how amazing it truly can me. Today my heart yearns to hug my adult children and my mother from the veil As I sit down to share my thoughts, I am surrounded by boxes and bags for donation. Boxes for storage. I get very emotional and […]