It is odd that, if you type “Improv” into google, you almost immediately come up with a variety of lists of “rules” that govern “improv”. It would seem that rules are the antipathy of improv.
In October 1939 the chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler, signed an order that brought into existence Action T-4.
Five years ago an event took place that, while it may have lacked earth-shattering historical significance, had a deep impact on my personal life. Five years ago I welcomed the extraordinary gift of my first grandchild.
Laura Munson tells a remarkable story of marital survival in the midst of mid-life chaos at: http://theweek.com/article/index/99512/the-last-word-he-said-he-was-leaving-she-ignored-him
I was part of a conversation recently in which the question was raised about the purpose of human life.
Whether accurately quoted or not, Pope Francis is continuing to cause hyper-ventilation among some of his more conservative constituents.
I have absolutely no idea what “The Uncertainty Principle” is. Quantum mechanics is utterly foreign territory, involving language and thought processes vastly beyond my capacity to comprehend.
Perhaps the reason so much Christian teaching so emphasizes the idea that Jesus came to save people from hell is that the promises Jesus made about life before death are so hard to live.