It occurred to me the other day that I wear different styles of clothing to church based upon my expectation of the service. When I first accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior ten years ago, I began attending church in a t-shirt and jeans because they were all that I owned.
Pat Robertson was in the news yet again for a statement he later apologized for. A pattern appears to be forming. At first glance, it seems like the man blurts out before considering the ramifications and then tries to take it back. That’s not what I see happening here, though.
I’m deep into LOST, the hottest show on Prime Time. Is this show going to completely disappoint me? Each new episode is so fascinating to me. Of course, whoever decided to make us wait for three weeks for another new episode should be shot, drawn, and quartered (i’m pretty sure that would suffice).
I am caught up in the story and characters of LOST. I wasn’t really very impressed by the first episode. But then somewhere toward the end of the first season, I tried watching again and found the characters had developed to an interesting level.
We all know that blogs have taken the internet by storm (if you don’t know what a blog is, skip this article and move on to the one announcing the wheel). Millions of people are posting their thoughts, ideas, dreams, gossip, advertisements, and complaints on the web through personal weblogs. It seems that blogs are taking over. Well they’re not… yet.
Homer was required reading in sophomore World Lit, but The Illiad and The Odyssey are forever burned into my literary consciousness. Grand, larger than life tales of adventure, colossal battles, and mythical heroes litter the ancient landscape. Homer took a collection of myths and wove them into a historical tale worth believing.