When I wondered what to write about for World Kindness Day, an annual celebration of kindness held every November 13th, something came to mind which I bore witness to, years ago on the streets of downtown Toronto. I was standing outside a fast food restaurant, waiting for a friend to come out and witnessed something… Continue reading World Kindness Day: “Be the light you wish to see in the world”
In senior year, I was working on a teen dystopian novel called "Rubble" that included the characters discussing Biblical matters. I wish I could finish that book, but I wrote it during physics, chemistry, and biology classes, and there's no way I could remember all the weird sciency stuff I was planning on putting in it. I do think it's interesting how I wrote about a lockdown, and people not wanting to listen to the government to keep them safe. Hmm...Pandemic predicted? Anyway. Hope you enjoy! Comment below if you might want to read more of this incomplete work.
There's nothing like connecting with a group on a lovely weekend. What did you do this weekend?
Once upon a time in a far away land there were three beautiful princesses named Azur, Casser, and Hayden. Hayden and Casser were horrible, mean princesses who wreaked revenge on any maidens whom they thought were prettier than them, so most of the kingdom was in constant misery. They plotted ways to kill their beautiful… Continue reading Story: Why the poles are cold
"Jesus doesn't care about political correctness!" he was saying, his voice clear and convicting despite his blatant discomfort. "Everyone keeps saying that his message and anything that has to do with the Bible could be offensive to people, and that's why Christmastime is no longer Christmastime, but the 'Holidays'. It's why they teach Evolutionism in schools and universities, and not one word can even be mentioned about the true creation of the universe and everything in it!"