May 29, 2014.Reading time 10 minutes.
John 14:15-21 That was a scene from the last movie of the Matrix trilogy, Matrix Revolutions. Neo, a human being played by Keanu Reeves, meets a family. This “family” is made up of all computer programs in the virtual reality called the matrix. The father, Rama-Kandra, tells Neo that he loves his his daughter, Sati, […]
May 25, 2014.Reading time 10 minutes.
John 14:1-14 Kids are great at asking questions. It’s true, and this constant inquiry helps children make sense of the world and also helps them figure out how to navigate the things happening all around them. Studies show that when we are four or five years old, we ask the most questions. As we get […]
May 14, 2014.Reading time 13 minutes.
John 10:1-10 and Psalm 23 A SIDE NOTE: Not really sure why, but recently Rihanna’s song We Found Love has been in my head. I really don’t have any idea if her song has anything to do with what it makes me think about it. But I will just say that the phrase “We found […]
May 9, 2014.Reading time 11 minutes.
Luke 24:13-35 Watch this Israeli filmmaker walking forward, yet backwards…. This creative illusion is an example of two things: How what we see can play tricks on us [depending on our conditioning] Walking forward, even when it’s actually walking backward…is moving. Look, if any of us are healthy enough to walk—we should walk, and as […]
May 2, 2014.Reading time 12 minutes.
John 20:19-31 The movie Philomena is based on the 2009 investigative book by British Broadcasting Corporation [BBC] correspondent Martin Sixsmith, entitled, The Lost Child of Philomena Lee. Philomena Lee, played by Judi Dench, is an older woman searching for her long-lost son. When Philomena was a young woman living in an Irish-Catholic community, she gave […]