First off, this post is not as much about the game as it is my own personal experience with the franchise. It’s not even just about Final Fantasy, but about a deep and meaningful sense of pur… Source: Final Fantasy – A Family Tradition
I am a sinner. I think, therefore I am, therefore, as a believer in a higher power – God – I am a sinner. I know this because throughout my life I have done what I wanted. Not everything has been bad, but some has. Along the way of life, I have offended someone, I… Continue reading The Price of Forgiveness
Yesterday, millions of Americans woke up to the revelation – the truly surprising reality – that Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States. Shock was the most substantial response – both from supporters and detractors of Trump. The most common question was, “What did everyone get wrong?” Obviously, the polling data… Continue reading What is Wrong with America?
Wednesday morning Americans will wake up with a new President-Elect. Though there may be legal challenges, the truth will still remain, it will be either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as next President of the United States. People who go to work today, and who go to work tomorrow, will also still go to work… Continue reading The Day After Tomorrow
Okay, a lot of people care, yet, the reality is that no one really does – at least in regards to the 2016 Election. One one side you have Donald Trump, on the other is Hillary Clinton, and in the middle is people who no one has really heard of, or in some cases, haven’t… Continue reading Why No One (Who Matters) Cares
Every morning we wake to a barrage of news that seems to shock, appall and overwhelm us. This current election cycle in the United States has seemed to take that reality and skyrocketed this barrage to an entire different level. We wake up to what Donald Trump said years ago, what he allegedly did years… Continue reading The State of Today
Does the religion and/or moral beliefs of political candidates matter? Here in the United States we have what we call the “separation of Church and State.” Though excellent in concept, and mostly true, but when it comes to politics, it simply is not the case. In a wonderful election year, everything from a candidates religious… Continue reading Religion & Politics