Sonnets from the Portuguese 43: How do I love thee? Let me count the ways How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of being and ideal grace. I love thee to the level of… Read More Loving Thee: Analysis
The real ‘point’ or purpose of Love and Friendship is to be in the moment of someone’s life. Readers only see… Read More What Love and Friendship and Hallmark Movies have in common (Analysis Review)
It’s Easter -> Resurrection Day! Can I just be blunt with you right now? People like to say that they found Jesus but in reality, they didn’t.… Read More What’s the deal with Easter?
What do you mean by that? I know, I know. While I was coming up with the title I thought this sounded a bit fishy as well. There’s nothing about the Bible to wager or debate upon. It’s all Truth. But, hear me out. At some point in a game show, whther it is Are… Read More Faith like a Game Show
Love is a feeling so powerful that it can dictate your actions. Everyone in this world wants to find love. Whether that be a parent, friend, or significant other, people naturally have a desire to love and be wanted. The thing is, we already are before we were even thought of. It was written in… Read More The Story of Love
EE is about a girl: Madeline Whittier. As the narrator of the story, Maddy explains her condition (SCID, a rare immune disease), personality, and surroundings in a way that’s personal. Her scheduled life is flipped upside down when new neighbors move in next door. With a protective mother and a rare disease, Madeline doesn’t leave her house. Maddy grows found and curious of them. This grows when the two teens from next door knock on her door. What happens when Maddy contacts the boy from next door? Is she willing to risk everything? This is about testing the limits and taking the risks you always think ‘what if’.… Read More Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon (book and movie review)
“Jesus had to be treated like Barabbus in order for Barabbus to be treated like Jesus.”… Read More Jesus is a Loving Barabbas