Our God, is an amazing Creator.
He created the Elysia chlorotica, or the eastern emerald elysia in layman’s terms. This sea slug can perform photosynthesis. In its juvenile stage, the mollusk begins to feed upon algae–stealing the chloroplasts from the algae and assimilating it into its own DNA (which gives the mollusk its green tint) until the slug has collected enough chloroplasts so that it can perform its own photosynthesis, and is no longer reliant upon the algae. I guess the designers of Pokémon are not the only ones who created an animal-plant hybrid. Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is almost here . . . and so is the release date of Fifty Shades of Grey. There is a buzz about this kinky, sexy movie, anticipation for this rated R film.
I honestly have never read this book series, only heard from my peers that it contained multiple sex scenes and was originally written as fan fiction for Twilight. So I looked it up on Wikipedia and read:
Anastasia “Ana” Steele is a 21-year-old college senior attending Washington State University in Vancouver, Washington with her best friend Katharine “Kate” Kavanagh, who writes for their student newspaper. Due to an illness, Kate persuades Ana to take her place and interview 27-year-old Christian Grey, an incredibly successful and wealthy young entrepreneur in Seattle. Ana is instantly attracted to Christian, but also finds him intimidating. As a result, she stumbles through the interview asking questions about his personal life and relationships and leaves Christian’s office believing that it went badly. Ana tries to console herself thinking the two of them will probably never meet again. However, she is surprised when Christian appears at Clayton’s, the largest independent hardware store in the Portland area, where she works. While he purchases various items including cable ties, masking tape and rope, Ana informs Christian that Kate would like some photographs to go along with her article about him. Christian leaves Ana with his phone number. Later that day, Kate urges Ana to call Christian and arrange a photo shoot with their photographer friend José Rodriguez. Continue reading
O be careful little eyes . . .
There are some things, that never should be sacrificed. Choices, that shouldn’t be made. Decisions, with great impact.
We are surrounded by both light and by darkness. Tugging at us, sometimes feeling like these two forces are tearing us apart–and we don’t always see it; in a matter-of-fact, normally we don’t. Only today, do we see the choices of yesterday. For this world, is filled with gray.
O be careful little ears . . .
So many choices, so many temptations. The promise of sweetness with the sting of venom. . . . Monsters are not born, they are created–influenced by their environment, forged by the tainting of their hearts. Continue reading