I dream in God molecules
My wakeful state a merger
I float behind the evanescent screen
That projects the material
A Tranquil soliloquy breathing reverie
In every heart beat.
Art by: @agostinoarrivabene
As you do not know the path of the wind, or how the body is formed in a mother’s womb, so you cannot understand the work of God, the maker of all things. Ecclesiastes 11:5. I stand amazed at God’s mysterious ways. I snapped this photo from the airplane while flying to Fort Lauderdale the morning after Michael blasted the Florida panhandle. I was headed down to visit family and attend my cousin’s memorial. The clouds were so full of water it looked like the deep blue ocean! Life can be like that. Hearing the stories behind the nonprofits at the Merge Live event that @jimvinyard organized Saturday night, I witnessed yet again that storms, difficulties, and heartache are the very things that inspire the greatest and most beautiful service to humanity! And then I read Martin Luther’s thoughts about what he thought God seems to be saying about this: “You won’t understand what I’m doing or why I’m doing it. Then I’ll be able to mold you and remold you the way I would like. My methods may appear foolish to you as if they were from the devil himself.” I often give God great suggestions in prayer about how things should go in my life, especially during storms. But even though, or I should say especially because HE knows the best way to mold and shape me, I must trust him the mold and grow me the way he sees fit. Embracing his mystery today with an open and willing to be molded heart! What work of God has got you wondering? Praying today the Maker of all things will use life’s challenges to mold us and shape us into the world changers our neighbors need! The alternative- bitterness - is just no way to live. If you need prayer about a challenge in your life, I would love to pray with you. Please let me know! #hismysteriousways#mystery#moldable#creation#beauty#wonder#verseoftheday#bibleverse#bible#godisgreat#prayer#jesus#christianity#amen#christian#faith#holyspirit#jesussaves#jesuschrist#godisgood#dailydevotional#biblestudy#wordsofwisdom#truth#jesusfreak
Il segreto di Matrix è... il sushi 🍣!? Per diversi anni i fan hanno tentato di decifrare invano il codice alfanumerico simbolo della trilogia del film 📽️🎬. Il mistero è stato risolto dopo 20 anni dal creatore stesso della sequenza, Simon Whiteley, che ha spiegato come il codice di Matrix non sia altro che… una serie di ricette di sushi! 🔵 Pillola azzura o… 🍤 Tempura di gambero rosso?
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Bad to the Bone 5/10
1 Mysterious Hotel, 2 States, and 7 Strangers ended up together by a series of unfortunate events.
This pretty much sums up those 2 hours and 20 minutes...what is it this year with long movies?! I strongly felt that the plot was a lot like
"Django Unchained" and "The Hateful Eight". It took scenes from here and there, BUT unlike those two great movies..this was a flop!
The sole good thing was it being somehow entertaining. But the list of bad things goes on and on (acting..script..sequence..etc).
Acting had some serious flaws..for that I will talk about what bothered me most: - Chris Hemsworth: wtf dude?! We get it that you have six packs ya albe but for the love of god.. would you please buckle up your shirt and try to actually do the role. Chris failed big time at being the hippie non-believer free spirited man, this was not cut out for him. - Dakota Johnson: I was never a fan of hers (starting with 50 shades of grey) and after this movie, I can say with full confidence that she is seriously bad at acting. All she does is recite the script with a blank face, leaving me disconnected at all times. Consider a different career path to2obrine.
Jeff Bridges, Jon Hamm, Lewis Pullman, and Cynthia Erivo were pretty good at their parts.
Pertaining sequence and the shifting between scenes where they introduce the story from another angle, that was a complete turn off!
It didn't help the story but rather drowned it.
And the script was as cheesy as my popcorn.
So here it goes: entertaining story, cheesy execution, and an ending that is kind of useless.
I'll leave this one up to you!
So good! Mystery that starts off (no spoiler) with the wife digging a grave for her husband. 😳 Story works backwards from there...I didn’t want to stop listening! 📚👍🏻 #audible#audiobooks#booksiread#mystery
Today we continue with the #mystery of Ella “Nell” Cropsey and her accused boyfriend, Jim Wilcox. Following the discovery of Nell’s murdered body and Wilcox’s sensational indictment, he served almost 16 years in prison before being released. After re-entering society, Wilcox found himself abandoned by his former friends and ostracised by the community. Unable to find work, he took to the bottle. Shortly after, Wilcox bought a shotgun and committed suicide, taking the “murder secret” to the grave.
The story of Nell is still very much alive, however, with a small industry of ghost tours flocking to the old homestead frequently. Horror fans and conspiracy theorists still discuss her story to this day, some even travel for hours to witness the site of her death. Why the continued interest? Because the truth will never be known. We’ll never know who killed Nell nor why. Regular sightings of her ghostly figure appearing in windows of the house; lights going on and off of their own accord; one former resident even told of a woman in a white dress standing at the foot of her bed one night (it turned out to be Nell’s old room). All actions of a restless spirit, perhaps, one who haunts the living because her own murder remains unsolved...
This #halloween , delve into this enthralling mystery with Nicholas Nicastro’s acclaimed novelisation of the Nell Cropsey case, “Ella Maud”. Check out the link in our bio for more info.
Again, we met under the same skies and time was flying. You came close while I was still frozen. You captivated my vitality and asked me a question by gazing relentlessly into my eyes.
What do you see, my love?
I created some romantic verse and rushed.
While walking down the lane, in the midst of dusk and dawn... I was being chased by his gaze. I thought of seeing the stars... but all I see was the scars floating beneath his lids, the immense fear of self effacement and requiem of the past.
It took me plenty to perceive that it was not his scars, All I saw was my aching reflection through him. In the illusion of diving, I waited way too long in naivety.
His soul guided me to my own soul. In the manifestation of acquiring him, I completely lost my own identity and our individualities remained a mystery. #prose#love#soul#scars#reflection#mystery
Words by @geet_anjali1 , Art by @gio_quasirosso