The fact that people condemn Tolkien for his underrepresentation of female characters is mind-boggling to me. Eowyn was the definition of bravery and kindness and love and she vanquished the Witch King with the battle cry "I am no man". Thank you, Tolkien, you are an inspiration to writers and to women<3
Definition of Condemnation: a statement or expression of very strong and definite criticism or disapproval Condemnation doesn’t belong in any marriage because all it will do is tear down and cripple your marital union. One wife wrote in dealing with this problem. Here’s her story… Dear Jolene, I am in a marriage but there is [...]
The sign of a woman who really has her look together is one who pays attention to every single detail. This would definitely include her nails. That’s why we wanted to share with you some of the trends in nail polish that you should be on the look out for this coming spring. As a …
This easy cinnamon roll microwave mug cake is the perfect treat when you’re craving a little something sweet. In just over a minute, you can be indulging in a scrumptious moist single-sized cinnamon roll flavored cake.
Parmesan roasted turnips. Never thought I'd say it, but I am officially in love with turnips. These come out tasting like slightly sweet steak fries and will definitely be part of my regular rotation of sides. Even the hubs loves 'em!
This poem. I love it. "Dulce Et Decorum Est" ('it is sweet and right'), 1917, by Wilfred Owen (1893-1918) ─ The poem is meant as a condemnation of war. In November 1918 Owen was killed in action at the age of twenty-five, one week before the Armistice.
The words that stuck out to me most from the entire article: "You’re free to choose what you surrender to, but you’re not free from the consequences of that choice". Great reminder as a response for those who throw out the free will argument.