Reviews with a KICK
Not sure what the kick is, but it seemed catchy when I began writing.
This is the second episode of tCtGtG and I’m loving the project! This time we talk about Aaron’s adventures in LA, Superman & Batman movie updates and then review Jack Ryan: Shadow Agent.
CLICK HERE to head to Aaron Dicer’s YouTube page and view the review!
Find Captain Logan
You already found me…
NEXT EPISODE Scheduled for February 3rd
Living alone is attractive sometimes…
With no one around to prod and poke or stir up memories and emotion perhaps one can live free from pain. The road to isolation starts with avoidance. Each step taken as a counter measure to a possible moment that could cause discomfort. Avoidance is riddled with assumptions about how something could be, it is fueled with fears. Calculative moves involving decisions based on survival and preserving self. These instincts have value for certain. There are people to avoid. There are situations to avoid.
However, if your avoidance has become your standard of living it has likely guided you to isolation. Isolation is a whole different kind of danger.
In the Christian bubble there are many people who avoid situations to better protect themselves. These boundaries are important for many reasons, and I wouldn’t want to get into a debate with each family about why they choose to have this or that rule. Where I fear for my Christian family is when a rule or regulation is hedging them in isolation. Their choices are not mine to make, so I observe and do what I hope they would do for me… reserve judgement and pray for clarification that only God can provide.
We are raised in different homes, attend different social groups, listen do different teaching influences and the differences between myself and someone else are insurmountable. I won’t pretend to know “best” for someone else’s home and life… but I will speak about the dangers of isolation.
When your words cut people from the love of God, when rules lift you higher than another human… you are on a path of isolation. Be careful that in an attempt to avoid sin you don’t cut yourself off from humanity. We are human after all.
Most of you know I am an image hoarder…
I love the random photos that I find on the internet. I save them to share on the FB pages and groups that I am a part of. Some are serious, some inspirational, some thought provoking and many are flat out hilarious.
Today I saw this image. I’m not sure if this is areal catalog or an artist depicting a point. Either way I find it beautiful and I genuinely hope that more mainstream magazines adopt reality rather than a fabricated version of beauty and social expectations.
Never one to love the movies…
but this year my friend Aaron Dicer asked me to join him on a few reviews. Having been a “behind the scenes” help for him over the past two years, the idea of being in front of the camera was oddly appealing. DO I have compelling things to say about a medium I rarely invest time in?
Apparently so, as I have been asked to ONCE AGAIN, join sir Dicer on a movie quest. LIVE today at 1:30 on his YouTube channel. Subscribe and watch the conversation flow with Aaron Dicer and Captain Logan!
today we talk TOP movies of 2013
Here’s a sneak peek at my top 3.
For the most disappointing and most surprising you’ll have to tune in or watch the video.