It’s safe to say, one does not simply pull off Easter without a little bit chaos, but maybe the problem is we are just not seeing things in the right perspective. Maybe we need to start thinking less like humans and more like… a hobbit.
“He can’t leave without me…”
Pity for a Creature as Dark as Darkness: An Analysis of Gollum and Bilbo's Encounter in "The Hobbit"
“He was desperate. He must get away, out of this horrible darkness, while he had any strength left. He must fight. He must stab the foul thing, put its eyes out, kill it…”
“‘I am in the pay of the White Witch; the one who calls herself Queen of Narnia, though she’s not…'”
“Surely, everyone has heard the story of the symbolism of the Advent candles: hope, love, joy, and peace …These virtues are also reflected in The Lord of the Rings…”
“The Lord of the Rings film trilogy is an extraordinary cinematic tribute to a great work of Catholic imagination…”
“Across the Sea, Elanor, Frodo-lad and the other Gamgee children smiled. They raised their mugs of nog to their parents and their Uncle Frodo and wished them a Happy Yule.”
“Getting up, the girl pulled open the door, dislodging some moth balls that fell to the floor, and looked inside at several long fur coats…”
“It is clear that Boromir embodied the Fallen Man; that is Man who is affected by the aftermaths of the first sin of the first people Adam and Eve in Paradise.”
“Thranduil shrugged. ‘The tale of the Cursed and the Beloved, who’d have thought it’d be a prophecy?’ With that, he stood and left…”