The Dark Knight Rises is film we have been waiting for since 2008. The film that ends Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy, and is his final Batman story. The film we both needed and deserved, the Dark Knight has risen, and it shattered my mind.
But before I go further, I will say that is in imperative that you see Batman Begins and The Dark Knight before you see this movie. You cannot just waltz in and expect to piece it together as you go. Everything is interconnected, and you will be completely lost if you haven’t see the first to movies.
Hello again! Just thought I’d give you all another update as to what I’ve been up to with my internship. It’s been fairly busy this past week, though mostly I’ve just been doing transcriptions (which I wrote about last time), so I shan’t bore you with the mundane details of that process. I will, however, share a couple of exciting things, because this past week has been awesome.
Earlier today I was looking for a good inspirational quote to post on this site’s Facebook page, and inspiration struck me to search for a quote by a particular person.
I instantly found this one:
“As we advance in life it becomes more and more difficult, but in fighting the difficulties the inmost strength of the heart is developed.” – Vincent Van Gogh
It is absolutely amazing to me to see God move through your life. He can take a terrible situation – a situation where you feel as if you’ve sunk to your lowest point, where you feel that no one understands what you’re going through or experiencing – and turn it into an unfathomable opportunity for blessing beyond measure.
She sat in silence,
alone in the
Waiting for the
the time when he
would come to find
Behold the Lamb of God
who purged away the stain
of sin from off our souls,
that we might be again