What’s in a name?

Gunnar – “…a male first name of Nordic origin (Gunnarr in Old Norse[1]). The name Gunnar means fighter, soldier, and attacker, but mostly is referred to by the Viking saying which means Brave and Bold warrior (gunnr “war” and arr “warrior”).” (Wikipedia)

Emeth – “faithful,” “true,” is an Israeli name.

Sage – “wise” is a Latin name, and, of course, the name of an herb.

Further, the pages are named with purpose.

“The Good Book” affirms that the Bible is, indeed, worth reading.

“The Dark World” calls to the unseen realities behind the scenes of every day, focusing on the politics and other issues of this world.

“The Men in the Middle” follows The Dark World, but more along the lines of personal preparedness in response to these realities.

As for “The Scroll,” well, maybe someday it will take time to scroll through.

See my “Greetings” page for more discussion on the categories and this blog.

I’ll update this according to my provocation and time. I hope that you will hang around and maybe share some of the reasoning herein with your friends.