This is part two of the cycles of thirst and introduces the warrior and the thief and the battle we all fight at some time in our lives.
If we really took the time to understand each other's cultural differences and peculiarities, we would be far less likely to kill each other.
There is almost always a strong 'pull' to do what our conscience tells us that we should not do. It is quite often accurately referred to as spiritual warfare.
A hero or antihero, however remarkable he is, doesn’t make a good movie. Oblivion was about Tom Cruise and Iron Man 3 was about Robert Downey Jr.
Here let me pour another drink I heard him say No problem could not be solved by drinking It was clear to me That in that bottle it held many souls Lost to the demons that could harbor in their mind Wicked thoughts that flew from the lips No longer could they refrain from the pit Dig...
It all started as a kid in the worst kind of ghetto slum...This is my story, told without bitterness and with no pretense at moralization...As a criminal and street-dweller, I went through many kinds of hell–including the hell of incarceration in a jungle-like world where the bigger...
I used to fight a faceless enemy in my sleep a lot. Sometimes I still do.
Christian life is a war against evil. St. Paul says about wearing the armors of God to fight with this evil. We have to wage this war against evil and inherit the kingdom of heaven.