Christ is Risen! He is Risen indeed! Alleluia! :victory:
Since it’s Easter today, I thought I’ll post something related. Greg and Jennifer Willits from The Catholics Next Door had the honor of interviewing the Easter Bunny. It was most insightful indeed. Enjoy!
This has got to be *the*CUTEST pig I’ve ever seen, domestic or otherwise! The bf and I had a blast watching this video together, that I found on video I found on Cute Overload, while we were tucked away in the comforts of a Gloria Jeans cafe, each sipping on a cup of Irish Nut Creme Latte.
A couple of days ago, I was watching some YouTube videos a friend of mine had posted. I came across a link to a video of a 4D ultrasound scan of a baby in the womb in the “Related Videos” sidebar. I clicked on it and was amazed! I continued looking up videos of similar nature, and as I watched, all I can say was “Wow!”. God is *SO* good! He gave us miracle of babies, and he gives us the technology to see the miracle of life as it unfolds in the mother’s womb. How can anyone say that *THAT* is just a blob of tissues, and not a baby?! How can anyone even *think* that it’s ok to kill that baby?!
Just at this moment, my mom walks into the room, looks at the video I was viewing on the computer, and says “What’s that?” I told her this is the latest in ultrasound technology, and now people can see their babies up close and personal. With this, we can now see their expressions and movements in 3D. Then I showed her this video:
She was as amazed as I was! For a long long time, she thought that babies in the womb do nothing but sleep. Of course, back in those days when she was pregnant with me, there wasn’t any such stuff as ultrasound scans. Thanks to modern technology and YouTube, now she knows that babies can also suck their thumb, smile, laugh, rub their eyes, kick their legs, and much more.. all that while they’re in the mother’s womb!
Isn’t comforting to know that ALL of us, including Jesus, was once a helpless baby in the warm womb of our mothers.
And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, full of grace and truth; we have beheld his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father.
Most of you who follow me on the various social networking sites probably know that I’m a fan of Jonathan Coulton. You probably also know that I’m a Heroes fan. So what better than to combine 2 of my favorites in one cool video?