In my previous blog, I referred to the movie the Mask of Zorro (1998) staring Anthony Hopkins, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Early on, Anthony Hopkins plays Zorro. Upon ousting a corrupt government, the villain locate his secret hideout, accidently kills his wife, and kidnaps their baby. After years of being imprisoned, he later raises up AntonioContinue reading “The Mask of Zorro . . .”
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A Recipe for Shepherd’s Pie . . .
This recipe is as old as the hills, one may say. But this particular recipe has been a staple in the pantry of many Christians on and off again since 1966, originating in the Fort Lauderdale area. It began with a well intended effort to stave off a legitimate hunger. This hunger came about “outContinue reading “A Recipe for Shepherd’s Pie . . .”
This Ain’t My First Rodeo . . .
I had an interesting conversation yesterday with a woman I talk with once in while where I shop. She looked really dejected so I asked if she was ok. She said she was really worried about her adult son, because he was an ardent Trump supporter. I took her words as concern for her sonContinue reading “This Ain’t My First Rodeo . . .”
I Know What’s Best For You . . .
In the classic book Animal Farm, George Orwell makes an astonishing statement: “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” Consider for a moment the phrase, “I know what’s best for you.” This phrase can take on several meanings in English depending upon where the spoken emphasis is placed. All ofContinue reading “I Know What’s Best For You . . .”