I’ve just returned from watching Darron Aronofsky’s adaptation of Noah, and I’ve got a lot to say. I ask your pardon, in the middle of this review, my wife gave birth to a beautiful son, so this was written quickly in two separate sessions. If I have a few disjointed thoughts, I blame in on first night of sleep with a new baby.
On to the review!
Spoiler #1 There’s a big flood that covers the Earth.
Spoiler #2 When it’s over, only Noah’s family survives.
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By Isaac Watts
Tune: RESIGNATION by William Walker
arr. Virgil Thomson
My shepherd will supply my need,
Jehovah is his name;
In pastures fresh he makes me feed
Beside the living stream.
The campaign season is once again upon us, and we are bombarded with opinions, talking points, debates, and discussion on important issues from every side. By it’s very nature, it is a polarizing time, as we choose our candidate or issue of choice and dig in. Continue reading
I realize for most normal people, 6:15 isn’t early. But for me, at least for the last few months, 6:15 is quite early. I set my alarm for 6:45, and truth be told, I didn’t get out of bed until the radio went off. But at 6:15, for no reason whatsoever, I woke up. Continue reading