These strike me as the only two options. There is always the third, remote possibility that Tom Hanks does not know who I am and thus is indifferent to me and that God is a human construct whom is therefore also incapable of holding strong feelings about my existence… but this seems farfetched.
Actors get a bad rep from unknowing yokels and locals that assume the ignorant inevitable: “You’re an actor, you must be a good liar.”
Upon seeing a figure wearing a trenchcoat, I had this sinking feeling I was viewing an elaborate rick-roll.
Through a feminist lens, John Milton’s classic Paradise Lost demonstrates a great deal about Christian notions of femininity.
Pascal Janssen is a 20-year-old artist living in Belgium.