The central theme to the plot of Season 3’s fourteenth episode, “6B”, is “letting go”. Olivia had to let go of what happened between Altivia and Peter if she wanted to have a relationship with him, and Mrs. Merchant had to let go of her husband to close the hole her grief was creating. By… Read More Fringe: Grief, Letting Go, and Faith in “6B”
A lot of people, when they think about intensity, think this: Or this: Leave it to the British to make panicking look this elegant. So let me start this post by giving an example that reflects what I mean by the word “intense”: the last month before a week long international event, the planning… Read More Don’t Pull Your Hair Out Just Yet: There Is Something to be Said about Intensity
Engendering Equality wrote a post last year about the sustainability of anger as the force behind social mouvements. Anger, it reads, is a very interesting emotion. (…) In one regard, if you take a look at the current state of the world today, how can you not become angry? (…) Yet at the same time… Read More Of What Use Art Thou, Anger, in Contributing to the Fight against Injustice?
Ballads, love songs, the swelling of the music, the catching of the singer’s voice… Awesomeness, wouldn’t you say? Although I really like love songs, I have come to a couple of realizations. One of them is that popular love songs seem almost exclusively to be focused on romantic love; how weird is that, considering that… Read More Silly Love Songs