Tag Archives: Writing

“Inception”: The Dream-Filled Reality of Guilt, Forgiveness, and Home

A refreshingly original idea from Christopher Nolan is like a virus. It embeds deep into the subconscious and blossoms into something that spreads and infects the lives of many. Inception is that virus of an idea. It’s a film that … Continue reading

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The Joshua Centre Book Club: “Never Let Me Go” Part Three

When we last left Kathy’s story, at the end of Part Two, Kathy had decided to leave the Cottages a bit early and start her career as a carer. Part Three is essentially the dissemination of the friendship between our … Continue reading

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The Joshua Centre Book Club: “Zeitoun” Part I

Part I – Pages 1-91 “Zeitoun” starts out in Part I as the typical American immigrant success story. Zeitoun is a hardworking family man that starts a successful local business. He treats his employees fairly and takes pride in his … Continue reading

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