The Beatles were wise men. Stoned men. But wise men nonetheless.
In what is the third to last post of this series (unless I think of something else absolutely essential to write about, but I’m trying to keep it slim), I’d like to discuss love.
If I had to summarise Christianity in a word, it would be love. When Jesus was asked to summarise Christianity (not that it was known as such back then), He said to love God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength and love your neighbour as you love yourself. “Do those things and you will live.” “live” meaning live in the eternal sense. All you need is love. Continue reading
Posted in Change the World, Christianity: The Essentials, God Stuff, My Top Things, Walking the Talk
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I enjoyed The Lovely Bones! It was better than I expected it to be. Like most Peter Jackson films, it felt a bit long in places, especially when you were waiting an extra ten seconds to see what you already knew was going to happen, but perhaps the fact that I felt the suspense is a positive thing. Also, there was enough of the unexpected and/or uncertain to keep me curious. Continue reading
Posted in Movie Reviews, Rants
Tagged 70s, drugs, dvd, heaven, justice, lovely bones, movie, New Zealand, peter jackson, resolution, seventies, spoiler, suspense, taste, uncertainty, unexpected, Wellington