Always wiling to be honest in my endeavors, I have just finished reading the Hunger Games…here are a few quotations that stood out. I see these as significant, key or just quotations that stood out on my first reading of the novel. Disclaimer: this post is based on a first reading…which is not really appropriate to give a thorough … More Books on the Run–Chapter 1 Hunger Games
While in college there were two magazines that I discovered that assisted in my intellectual growth: William F. Buckley’s National Review and Ralph McInerny’s Crisis Magazine. … More Humility, the Christian Virtue
One of the books that I am reading due to the interest of my children as well as others is The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The quotations of interest as well as thoughts, ideas or insights while reading the book are based on the two influences; the first influence is reading the through the lense of moral … More Books on the Run–I. Hunger Games
I am posting one of my first posts on The Imaginative Coservative blog: The Haunted Souls of Readers. Enjoy!
Just thought i would share this before lose it into space… How to turn your blog into a book.
I recently posted an audio blog on The Imaginative Conservative: Donald Davidson’s “Aunt Maria and the Gourds” Enjoy!
Over Spring Break, the Rocha family has viewed a couple of movies this week. We watched the film My Dog Skip (2000), which stars Kevin Bacon and Frankie Munoz, which I vaguely remember. It is not a coming of age movie per se, but rather an awkward boy who becomes one of the boys when he gets a dog for his 9th birthday. The major theme of the movie is friendship. … More My Dog Skip: a time when communities were small