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“We are all in such a hurry, we want everything at once. We believe that all truth can be stated in a few minutes. The answer to that is that it cannot.” —D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Cures
The Enneagram seems to be the current personality test rage. I had a few people ask me what my “type and wing” were, to which I could only blink like an owl abruptly yanked into the daylight.
A wing? I am of the homo sapien persuasion; we don’t have wings.
Near the end of Frodo’s journey with the ring, he and Sam stop on a mountainside. Both are already exhausted from their trek into Mordor, and yet so much of the road is still before them.
In the third Harry Potter book, the titular character is on a train with his two friends, headed to their school. They notice frost beginning to accumulate on the windows in their car, and the lights go out.
Legos are the best childhood toys on planet earth, bar none.
Most of the clocks in Jadareous Davis’s high school don’t tell the time anymore. Nearly everyone qualifies for government-provided lunches; whether the food is any good is another matter.