New York-based artist Kim Keever drops paint into water-filled aquariums to create unpredictable abstract displays of color and form.
The Prince of Egypt (1998)
Not dragons, but people need to show damn appreciation for this film. It is amazing. I have never been, and never will be a Christian, but even so, this movie has a great message and does a fantastic job portraying a classic story in new and creative ways. The music is powerful, the animation is breathtaking 99.9% of the time, and overall, its just a very good film for both children and adults to enjoy and understand. I wish this movie was just more recognized by non Christians.
This is a Hebrew story. Jews. Not Christians. Just because it was in the Bible does not mean it’s theirs. This is Old Testament, which is JEWISH stories. Please, for the love of all things holy, stop taking our heritage and blending it into Christianity. Christians don’t even celebrate this holiday.
The Hebrew that the children are singing during “When You Believe” is a Hebrew prayer that we’ve sang for generations in honor of this story. You learned it. The second I heard the beginning of it in the song I was able to sing along with it the first time I watched this movie. Because it’s part of my heritage.
I know this sounds bitchy, but I am sooo tired of having to explain that I have no problem sharing the story with everyone or the holiday, but I’ll be damned if I’ll allow someone to claim that Christians are the ones who appreciate this story.
my first thought this morning was “count olaf should have been more thoroughly checked by social services”
nothing is impossible when the pirates of the caribbean theme plays in the background
These two books contain the sum total of all human knowledge
I need help