“Row, Row, Row your Boat”

The well known song “Row, Row, Row your Boat” is a musical “round”: one melodic line, and one person/group starts singing it, and at least one other/group starts singing the same melody but starting at, say, bar two, and they fit together. Wikipedia has a good article on them. Normally a round like “Row Row…

“I Will Never Leave You”

In English, double negatives theoretically cancel each other out — or, more accurately they’re considered bad grammar. Not so in Greek — they use double negatives for emphasis: Truly I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, one dot-of-an-I or cross-of-a-T will not not pass away from the law until all be fulfilled….

Thought for the Day

Hard times makes for a community-minded and industrious people. A community-minded and industrious people make for good times. Good times make for an entitled and indolent people. An entitled and indolent people make for hard times.