Tonight I graduated from the Education for Ministry course that is a program of the University of the South at Sewanee which is an Episcopal university in Sewanee Tennessee. This was a four-year course in Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, and Theology. I am not the best student but I made it through and I am grateful for making this an important part of my life. Hopefully, it will help others as it helped me. It was a challenge and I finished. Yay Me!
Yep it’s a Monday mood. The rain is needed but it’s making everything very dreary. Let’s hope things get better later on.
Have the best day possible good people. Grace and peace.
Life has many burdens and benefits.
Marvel Studios sure knows how to produce a movie. Benedict Cumberbatch is a great actor. This latest “Doctor Strange” presentation is dark, visually overwhelming (not in a negative way), and takes the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) into new places across the multiverse. The cast including Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, and Rachel McAdams put on great performances and have great chemistry together.
I would go as far as to say this had some serious elements of horror in it. Emotionally it will impact you. There are a few unexpected surprises in there too just like every other Marvel movie has. To the “Star Trek” fans out there you won’t be disappointed in seeing a couple of familiar faces (that is as much as I will say about that).
I recommend you see it on the big screen and if you can see it on IMAX that would be good too. The movie theatre is a great way to stay cool in these warmer temperatures. It’s a great flick.
COVID, War in Ukraine, Monkey Pox, Inflation, Baby Formula Shortage, High Gas Prices, Ongoing Election Drama.
Yep, the world is in a mess right now. Life is never easy. We gotta hold on to what we got and what is good.
I have been taking a religious study course over the past four years. There was a lot of reading and much mental and even some physical power was used. Believe it or not, I am not a very prolific reader. That is why I like blogs because they are by-in-large short articles.
My course is ending on Monday and I hope to be able to rejoin the blogging community as a reader as much as I am a blogger/writer. It’s cool to read and write like a hard disk does. It’s funny how all that works.
Thanks for continuing to follow me and check out my posts. Life can be better with blogging.
Your friend, Tony
Happy Friday good people. I hope all is well or getting better.
It was time to donate blood again. It’s my pleasure to do so considering I do work for the blood bank.
Grace and peace and love.
Black consciousness and resiliency are threats to white ignorance and supremacy!Rev. Kelvin Sauls