The end of the world is always coming. Somewhere, somehow, in the mind of one or the minds of many, a catastrophic event will change everything. Let’s face it – the idea is embedded in our consciousness – from religious prophesy to the zombie apocalypse to every fifth movie that comes out, we are headed for the inevitable end. » » Continue reading
The whole problem with Muggles, looking from the outside in, is that they don’t have magic. They’re stuck in a world without brushes that automatically wash pots, cars that fly, and the ability to petrify our friends in duels.
In anticipation of the latest release, I’ve been watching the Harry Potter movies again. » » Continue reading
A couple months ago, I knew that things had to change.
You see, over years of delicious feasting and no exercise countermeasures, I’ve put on a few pounds. Enough that my BMI (body mass index) rates me as obese – and that was years ago. » » Continue reading
“A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step”
Sometimes – much of the time – we think we have to get it all done right now. Organize everything. Lose a billion pounds, eat only greens, cut out sugar forever. » » Continue reading
Spring is here! The first crocuses and daffodils are raising their plumes above the snow, tiny buds gather themselves to burst into life-gathering leaves, and people are beginning to go out without their coats – at least during the day.
Today, Christians celebrate Jesus’ rise from the dead – an event that allows them to someday return to life from death. » » Continue reading
Some days, nothing goes right. Nothing gets done. You feel angry or lethargic or sad. The very thought of happiness is foreign – an impostor. Everyone hates you. You can barely stand yourself. Life sucks. You can’t make decisions, do your job, or even be nice. » » Continue reading