2020 in Hindsight

This year has been both tumultuous and awe-inspiring. For years, I had unconsciously repressed many things, but God has helped me open my eyes. It’s been a slow-burn process, but I think I started to realize a lot of truth about the world in 2017. I can’t ascribe myself to a single organized religion, just yet, but the Bible has really helped me. I think it’s because of that awakening, that I have been able to write so many books this year, with confidence. 

I am very grateful the demiurge, the creator… whomever they may be, for allowing me to shed light on the darkness.

Quote That Describes the Mood in 2020?

10 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. 11 And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: 12 That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

Thessalonians, King James Bible

Movie That Describes the Mood in 2020?

The Signal (2007)

In my twenty-nine years alive, this particular time has been one of the most heavily propagandized times in US history. The allegorical meaning of the film can be taken to mean that because of television and media, everyone has had their perception warped. Everyone acts out of a sense of self-righteousness, not knowing that they’ve been infected by “the signal”!

Trailer︱https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdjYJPgCHD0

Music That Describes the Mood in 2020?

Erik Satie’s Trois Gymnopédies.

Book That Describes the Mood of 2020?

“In politics, stupidity is not a handicap.” 
— Napoleon Bonaparte

Victor’s Hugo’s Les Misérables. The presence of Donald Trump is Napoleonic, the division between the Bonapartists and the proletariat have a few striking similarities to our current debacle.

Feel free to share your 2020 experience and perspective into the last year. I hope you are all doing well. Originally, I had just planned to back-up some of my old review catalog on WordPress and make a website for my book series (#真柏Project). But, people like Ospreyshire, Mechanical Anime Reviews, Irina, Traditional Catholic Weeb, The Review Heap, The Moyatorium, Lynn Sheridan, Al’s Manga Blog, Anime Good Reads, Red Metal, Dusty Reviews, Umai Yomu Anime Blog, K. Barnett, Anime Rants, Aizen Kuro (and many more) have made me feel very welcome in the community, and for that, I thank you! I hope that I can enrich my website for years to come, and that everyone is able to enjoy their holiday season this winter!

※Note: I decided to stick to only four categories because 2020 = 4

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H.E. Rodgers is the author of the Juniper's Tree series, also known as the 真柏Project. MyAnimeList: https://myanimelist.net/profile/Egghe... Twitter: https://twitter.com/EggheadLuna #真柏Project #JunipersTree

9 thoughts on “2020 in Hindsight

  1. We wanted to know if you could call me. We wanted to invite you both on a vacation to the natural hot springs in February, just the 4 of us, as a family vacation ❤️ We just got back from the natural hot springs in Saratoga, WY. The one in February is in Colorado. Please call for details. I’m off work every Sunday. It would be good to start over, start fresh. We love you both. ❤️ Very proud of you both. ❤️

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  2. I just saw this now and didn’t realize that I got a shoutout :O. Thank you very much for this – I’m glad God could use me as His unworthy instrument to make you feel welcomed. Pretty cool as well how you have found the Bible a great source during this year. I’ll be looking forward to more of your review posts in the coming weeks / year!

    On another note, I can only think of one song / film to pretty much sum up the whole drama this year: Komm Susser Todd and End of Evangelion 😅 Because literally everything’s tumbling down – our summer plans, the conventions I planned to visit, etc… shucks.

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    1. Oh man, that song really does fit this year… doesn’t it? 😅 Hopefully, the apocalypse isn’t so imminently upon us. You’re very welcome, I have really appreciated your comments. They mean a lot to me! 😊

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