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2017 Blind Spot: Ran

For the next film I wanted to cover for this years Blind Spot list, I wanted to go to one director whose films I should be a lot more familiar with, Akira Kurosawa. 932 more words

Classic Reviews

Blind Spots

I’ve been filling in some gaps recently and it’s been immensely satisfying. That’s the upside—the downside is that in sharing those gaps, I shall have to confess to an embarrassing level of ignorance. 775 more words

Throwing Stones | RZIM

It’s so easy to see the proverbial mote in someone’s eye t hat Jesus talked about and miss seeing the log in our own eye entirely, isn’t it? 238 more words

Devotionals

Feeling Like You…Need a Rope?

Feeling Sad or Stuck…Need a Rope?

Friday’s Blog: mannasplace.wordpress.com

Ever have those mornings when you feel really sad…like trying to climb/claw your way out of a dirt hole that is way too tall to climb out of on your own? 643 more words

Faith

Friday Poem – ‘Song for the Unburied’, Carol Rumens

Our thoughts are with Manchester, and we don’t have words to express our sorrow. In tribute we feature Carol Rumens’ ‘Song for the Unburied’ as this week’s Friday Poem. 125 more words

Poetry

Blind Spots and Red Flags (...Next 12 Exits)

When I feel down and want company (like misery does), I check online breakup forums.  The other day, I ran across this:

“Has anyone else felt that a break up they were dealing with was more like mourning a fantasy?  706 more words

Breaking Up

2017 Blind Spot: Apocalypse Now

Apocalypse Now is one of those films that I’m disappointed in myself that I haven’t watched until now. Due to its seminal status, I have seen dozens of films and TV shows that have been inspired by Apocalypse Now but I’ve never seen the actual film until now. 1,112 more words

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