Part one was about my education history. Part two is about my teaching history.
No matter what your stance might be, this is a list of scriptures that help me during times of depression, anxiety, positivity and learning how to live again, spiritually
How the soul stone from the Marvel Cinematic Universe relates to two spirituality questions.
A look at the similarities and differences between spirituality and religion.
Lent season's begun as I publish the first post of six about spirituality.
About twice a month, I write a book review for whichever book I've completed the month before. Earlier this week (on a day that I got sick) I did a Facebook live video that is weird and out of place. The video is a book review (that I might end up writing about, because the… Continue reading Vintage Book Review
I talk about some interesting traits about my personality, and these words are counting towards NaNoWriMo.
It has nothing to do with faith, more to do with people. A couple of weeks ago, my Grandmother asked me to go to Church. Now sure, I could've stayed home, but I was really interested in going out to eat afterwards and meeting some of my Grandmother's friends. Ever since High School, I had… Continue reading Spirituality Series: Why I’ve stopped attending Church.
Yesterday, I wrote part one review of The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe and The Magicians Nephew, written by C.S. Lewis. The Chronicle of Narnia series is, in its entirety, Children stories/literature. C.S. Lewis wrote these stories for his children, and based the characters around his family. While these books were the only Children’s Literature… Continue reading Part Two discussion of Narnia
This book review is not done for profit on my end. This book review is done because I enjoy doing book reviews... The header photo was waywardly taken at Starbucks, just FYI. I was asked last week how Elizabeth got away with having a similar title to the famous poem written by Robert Frost. She's… Continue reading Book review of “The Road Less Traveled: A Story of Love, Pain, Hope, and Everything In-Between”