The Proper Suicide Letter (A Story by Me)My parts are underlinedMore Like This
To my dearest family....That's too formal. To my friends and family? No, no...I can't put friends before family....To my family and friends..? No...That just sounds weird...
Ok I think I got it!
Dear family, that sounds good. Moving on now..
If you're reading this, I've probably croaked....er, kicked the bucket? Cashed in my chips?
How about if I just say this, then: If you're reading this, I'm dead.
No no no! You can't do /that!/ Much too abrupt! You need to write a beautiful suicide letter that people will actually remember! If you go around writing some silly little note, people will forget in a matter of three days. Trust me, I've seen it. Once it was even two days. You, my dear, need to write The Proper Suicide Letter!
Oh...Well what do I have to do to write 'The Proper Suicide Letter?'
Well first off, you need to start off with a beginning that'll grab people's attention! Start off with this: To my very dear f
The Worst Thing a Christian Could Say(3/15/2014)More Like This
Came across this old blog from 2012 that was responding to the deaths of children in December, basically describing the worst thing a Christian could say following that tragedy:
As much as I can empathize with the pain of those who have lost their loved ones--and perhaps the wording of that Christian's statement could've been better--what the blogger doesn't quite understand is why Christians respond with hope to things that people would typically see as tragic. Yes, Christians do feel pain and miss their loved ones just like anybody else does, but the reasoning behind it is different.
The thing is, an atheist sees death as the end and nothing more after it. But a Christian knows that the spirit lives on because there is life after death. To the Christian, the difference b
Updated: A Letter from the People of the Crosshttps://www.facebook.com/teammightylaMore Like This
Vision: We want to tell the world of the great and mighty things of the Lord through media
As the world responds to the Islamic State with hatred and vengeance, there is one group that is responding differently. They are not allies with ISIS but their enemies. And they have been slain by the thousands in the hands of ISIS. ISIS calls them The Nation of the Cross - The ones they have killed are bringing a message of forgiveness and hope. Declaring a love that they do not know - A love that reconciles even the worst of us and can make enemies into brothers.
We worked with several Arab Christians and Middle East Refugees to get their feedback. Also had it translated by an Arab Christian from Egypt.
Shot on a GoPro Hero 4 Black in 4k with a DJI Phantom 2. And a Panasonic GH4 with Zeiss 35mm lenses.Shot around the Big Sur region in CA.
Music is 'Rise' from The Music Bed.
A Letter from the People of the Cros