“We live in capitalism. Its power seems inescapable. So did the divine right of kings. Any human power can be resisted and changed by human beings.” – Ursala K. LeGuin
First sixteen pages
Seventeen footnotes ask, “Is
She making this up?”
Nature’s so terribly good. Don’t you think so, Mr. Stanhope?”
Got your Guinness? Then here’s Marcella Riordan as Molly Bloom (from the highly recommended Naxos audiobook), in a final affirmation of love & life.
Pastor David E. Carlson at Fresh Read tells what painting has taught him about studying the Word.
Bugs Bunny’s first appearance, July 27th, 1940, was nominated for an academy award.
That we can watch such things for free over the internet via PBS is something for which I am immensely grateful. That this is just one more story we share as a family – that’s priceless.
A book is essentially whole, unitary — a little world of human thought, word, & spirit, chosen, shaped, and bound within its covers. Books are bundles; a book is what is bound together. For what makes a book more than it’s binding?