vr is an elegant technology
vr is an elegant technology
WHAT DOES IT MEAN, DEVOTION?
the wicker man (1973), dir. robin hardy | equus (1977), dir. sidney lumet | children of the corn (1984), dir. fritz kiersch | in the earth (2021), dir. ben wheatley
The Mighty Clouds of Joy - Jonah (Peacock)
Zack Taylor and Violet Arias, from MMPR/GGPR Boom! Comics, for @augment-techs 😉
They came out so much prettier than I had imagined when I had started to draw’em!! And I wanted to make a pretty quote about Amusement parks in the winter nights but my creativity is asleep XD
There is so much going on in the unseen, so, don't grumble or fret about what you do see. Just be Awe-GOD grateful that God See's You and He is working out His plan for you. He will finish well. Trust Him. God bless ya, KimberlyMac
Look, God is all-powerful. Who is a teacher like him? No one can tell him what to do, or say to him, ‘You have done wrong.’ Instead, glorify his mighty works, singing songs of praise. Job 36:22-24 Reality Of Truth God is the only teacher, Whose truth is backed by all-knowing wisdom and complete understanding, and also has the power to make known all that is true in our reality. God is our…
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fuck you nela i am in charge here i make my own tags
Zephaniah 3:17 (NKJV) - The LORD your God in your midst, The Mighty One, will save; He will rejoice over you with gladness, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing.”
As the rare Loki fan on Tumblr who enjoyed Thor Ragnarok I wish to clarify why I enjoyed the movie.
Because I'm also a Thor fan.
In the previous two films Loki/Hiddleston shined in them. Thor didn't nearly shine as bright to Loki in those movies. Thor/Hemsworth finally shined in Thor Ragnarok. I can understand why Loki fans are upset with Thor Ragnarok. I've read plenty of their gripes some I agree with and most I don't. I won't be going over those today. Today I'll be dicussing Thor hammer and why I enjoyed watching it get destroyed.
I hate mjolnir.
The concept of the hammer is to be a worthiness meter. This worthiness meter is never questioned or framed in a bad light. It's only framed and viewed as this holy object. Almost like the Holy Grail. My issue with Mjolnir is that it's never questioned.
Mjolnir has so much potential as this mythic object and could be used in so many different and creative ways in a story. Yet it's almost always squandered away.
Does Odin own beliefs of worthiness affects the hammer spell? If his beliefs do affect the spell than the hammer could be used as an object of winning Odin affection. Used to manipulate both Thor and Loki. To amplify Odin abuse tactics against his children. This tactic was even used in the first Thor movie. It was however never properly explored. As many things are in the Thor franchise.
It's why I was happy to see it destroyed. Because I rather it be destroyed than for it to framed as a holy object that's never questioned.
So my Chuck when he’s overly any type of emotion he lights up like a Christmas tree. Literally. His skin will glow and change colors, think of the Northern Lights for comparison. It used to be that he could only do it by accident. The first time it ever happened was his first falling out with his sister Amara. He fears her very much, and because of this he has an irrational fear of the dark. A phobia.
One night, Chuck decides to teach himself how to control his glowing so that when he’s in the dark terrified, he can chase the dark away. It takes a while but he eventually gets a grasp on it. When Amara comes to earth from the empty he finds out the news on a dark stormy night. Joshua is the one that breaks the news to him and he gets so terrified that he creates new life out of it. Not only does he glow, but a small glowing orb detaches itself from his glow with a small face. It’s vocabulary range is that of a child’s but, Chuck loves it all the same. It follows him around everywhere he goes. He has yet to name the species nor give it a name to call it all the time.
was forgiven immediately for doing the same exact thing?
From Fear to Faith
From Fear to Faith 2 Timothy 1:7 For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. After being away a good part of the day, that night we brought a couple of our grandkids home with us to spend the night. Before I had finished getting everything out of the car, the wife was telling me the back door was unlocked and open. She said she…
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Prepositional Phrase or Powerful Truth
I remember learning prepositional phrases in grade school. A preposition is a word such as: in, to, on, and with are usually used in front of nouns or pronouns and they show the relationship with words in a sentence. I became a technical editor at an Electric Cooperative years ago where I was the General Manager’s Administrative Assistant. Initially, one of my responsibilities was to simply read,…
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thank you ! ! my birthday was the third and I celebrated with my favorite dinner foods and by laying in bed all day. so pretty solid birthday if I do say so myself haha. thanks so much for the birthday wishes ! ! !
The room chetney is stuck in having book cases and a stained glass window and marisha saying “time is a flat circle”
A Mighty Fortress is Our God | The Worship Initiative ft. Dinah Wright
✘ Starter for ;; ✧ .•º . 《 ??? 》╱ @empathic-seer
(♚)┊ Strange. He’s seen rodents, graffiti vandalism, and other unpleasant things near his headquarters -- but a mere child ? On second thought, something didn’t seem right. As if this individual’s shell is a mere camouflage ? Joshua couldn’t decipher right away, but it did pique his interest enough to backtrack his steps. Glibly waving before speaking up,
❝ Lost, are we ? If you’re looking for civilization... I implore you to head south. The sewers doesn’t suit you, dearest. ❞
Belfast (2021) by Kenneth Branagh
Book title: The Mighty Thor #139 (To Die Like a God!)
This comic book, published on January 1, 1967, was written by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and illustrated by Vince Colletta