One thousand, eight hundred and thirty-seven. That’s the number of “friends” Facebook tells me that I have.
On one hand, it brings joy to my heart. There are 1,837 people that are connected to me on Facebook.
The other hand feels sadness. A longing for intimate relationships that I don’t get from Facebook.
Do you have these conflicting thoughts too? One of glee and happiness. One that makes you feel so joyous because you’re connected to SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many people.
And then reality smacks you upside your head and tells you that you really don’t have as many friends as Facebook tells you you do?
Facebook Has Messed Up The Truth Of Friendship
Something odd has happened over the last 12 years since Facebook was created. Our view of friendship has gone from those we’re close to and morphed into a catch-all term for everyone and anyone we’re acquaintances we’re with. Read more...
And there came a day, a day unlike any other… when Earth’s mightiest heroes found themselves united against a common threat… to fight the foes no single superhero could withstand… on that day, The Avengers were born.
— Nick Fury
Last Friday Marvel released their blockbuster hit The Avengers. It opened to rave reviews and has broken box office records.
But that’s not all. It tells the story Earth’s mightiest heroes.
The last couple of years we have seen the individual stories of the Avengers. Captain America, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, and Thor have all stared in their own movies and faced battles that only they could win.
There is a new threat. These great superheroes are faced with a challenge none of them can defeat by themselves. Thus, Nick Fury has formed the Avengers Initiative. A team of what is to be Earth’s mightiest heroes. A team that the world needs desperately. Read more...