I used to be a fan of the original Star Trek many years ago, but, after years of repeats, the novelty began to wear off. Or perhaps it was because what had once been science fiction became science fact. The communicators used by Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy became outdated by our mobile phones. Space flight became a bit ho-hum with the advent of the shuttle and international space stations.
I am writing this on Good Friday, the day when people of the Christian faith celebrate the crucifixion of Jesus. My understanding of what Christians believe is that Jesus was crucified on the cross, where he died for all humankind to save us all from our sins. They believe that Jesus rose from the dead three days later as a symbol of the eternal life which all those who believe
This week’s blog is definitely a case of my teaching what I need to learn, but I know that this is always the case. It is easy to become disillusioned in today’s world. Even if we try not to expose ourselves too much to the doom and gloom of the world portrayed by the media, we find ourselves affected by it, nonetheless. It is easy to feel like the world