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Hidden Complexities In Simple Things

Things always look simple when they are working. When our electric piano broke down last month, we were at a lost. We have gotten so used to it coming alive at the flip of a switch, that we got angry… Continue Reading →

Father To Son

Bohemian Rhapsody (The Movie) is coming to cinemas here in October and friends have been talking about it to the point that I had to check it out myself. I honestly know very little about the band Queen, other than… Continue Reading →

No School Today

My three year old skipped school today because of a cold. He had been on an excursion with his class yesterday and must have caught a virus or something. Happy to be at home, he slithers into my study room… Continue Reading →

The Book Of Samuel – Elkanah, A Man In Love

Elkanah was Hannah’s husband and he loved her greatly. He loved Hannah so much that he always gave her a double portion to offer to the Lord every year, despite her failure to produce any children for him. He loved… Continue Reading →

The Book of Samuel – The Environment

Chronologically, the Book of Samuel begins immediately where the Book of Judges ends. It was an evil time and Israel just had a civil war between all the tribes and Benjamin. As a result, Israel as a whole was weak,… Continue Reading →

The Book of Samuel – A Study of the People, Places & Events

The two books of Samuel was originally just one book in the Hebrew Bible. It was divided into two books in the Greek version of the Bible, the Septuagint.  Despite its name, the Book of Samuel is not about the… Continue Reading →

Learn to Fly

I had a dream today as I took a mid-day nap after a sleepless night of work. In the dream, I was attending a drama class that I never enrolled taught by Samuel L Jackson (yea, Nick Fury himself )…. Continue Reading →

Hard Times

Everyone faces hardships in their lives. On the up side, there are others who are definitely going through something worse. On the down side, that knowledge absolutely does not help alleviate any of the suffering you experience. All you can… Continue Reading →

Cookies For Good Behaviour

I’m a father of a three-year-old and the three-year-old does not want to go to school today. It is the second week of pre-school, but a bout of fever broke the regularity of going to school and now a three-year-old… Continue Reading →

3D Printing – Leia’s Sporting Blaster

Carrie Fisher passed away on 27 Dec 2016. She was most well-known as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars Trilogy, a character that I have loved since when I was five when I saw A New Hope in the… Continue Reading →

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