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I recently saw a quote by C.S. Lewis on social media. It was taken from his book Mere Christianity, and he made this observation:

And out of that hopeless attempt has come nearly all that we call human history—money, poverty, ambition, war, prostitution, classes, empires, slavery—the long terrible story of man trying to find something other than God which will make him happy.

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Ron Phillips

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

We all know the story of Alice in Wonderland. We all know the incorrectly named Disney animation and the also incorrectly named Tim Burton film. These films incorporated elements from both Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, two different novels by Lewis Carroll. 161 more words


Science Round-Up

-Tuhina Sinha

27th March, 2015

PAU develpos kit to test purity of drinking water: The Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) has developed a cheap way to test whether the water you are drinking is contaminated or not. 1,351 more words

The Perspective

The EDGE of your world. Come. Look through the smoke and mirrors

May 2014, i had a breakthrough.
No, i didn’t discover a cure for a disease.

But i did find a cure for that hole inside us all. 302 more words

Mind Melding Thoughts

Alice Knows

I cleared the writing table and did a little card craft today.  Alice inspired me.

Mad tea party anyone?  Heck, yeah!  It’s FRIDAY!  ~TH~

Weirdo Things I Do

'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass are, above all, concerned with the problem of meaning. A seven year old girl tumbles underground through a rabbit hole where she meets querulous creatures who deploy nit-picking logic and idle philosophical banter; she runs a race, fails to drink tea, is danced in a qaudrille, plays croquet, gives evidence in court and negotiates a fiendish chess game (where the living pieces are ignorant of the game’s plan). 844 more words


The Jabberwocky Play (Or, Tragedy of Ambition)

The prelude of the one act play opens at a fairground ride in Shrewsbury: the Ferris Wheel. A solo clarinet is heard sotto voce as local boy Carl Oriswell sits in his pod eating mixed-green salad with gnocchi and a wild mushroom salsa. 824 more words