Saturday, March 9, 2013

New Questions

Lettering and Handwriting - Cronica de los reyes catolicos, XVI century.
  17 For it is better, if it is God’s will, to suffer for doing good than for doing evil. 18 For Christ also suffered once for sins, the righteous for the unrighteous, to bring you to God. He was put to death in the body but made alive in the Spirit. 19 After being made alive, he went and made proclamation to the imprisoned spirits
1 Peter 3:17-19

When I saw these verses, they reminded me of my allegoric story.  I don't want to tell you why though, for the story is not yet finished, and fate is not yet decided for one of the characters.  I will say that it is a little like the book Pilgrim's Progress in the way of the setting (not of the names of the settings though.  I mean, there aren't any places called "City of Destruction".  It isn't quite as obvious an allegory).  The characters and plot though, are somewhat different. 

  I came up with some new questions about one's character!  Here they are.

 117.  Does the character know who they are/are they confident in themselves?
118.  Do they think they know their role in life but really don't know beyond the fact that they are so and so's daughter/son?
119.  Are they proud?
120.  Are they famous?  If so, how do they react to being famous?
121.  How do they hold their head?  Do they let others step all over them with insults without even thinking about striking back or are they very defensive of themselves and their opinions?

I got to meet a British couple from Cambridge!
Also, the clock is set ahead.  We've just lost an hour.  Very Doctor Whoish if you ask me.
By the way, why are there so many movies about Abe Lincoln?  Let me list a few of them for you: Abraham Lincoln, Vampire hunter, Lincoln, which is more historically accurate of the two haha, and they're coming out with another called Saving Lincoln.  I wish they'd be a bit more creative and start making movies about... I don't know... Benjamin Franklin.  I mean really!  His life was really interesting and I'd like to see him when he was young, going by odd names for his writing.  And seeing him inventing so many things!
Not that I'm not happy with Liberty's Kids (one of the best cartoon shows ever and it's historical.  Go watch them on Youtube free if they're not at your library.), but it'd be interesting to see what Steven Spielberg could do with it.
Anyway, I've got a test on Monday *cringe* and I need to study and it's late so good bye!
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