How would you raise a child on another planet with completely different holiday traditions from Earth? It’s an interesting question.
Tonight’s final episode of Mars will either bring us to a thrilling conclusion or provide more questions than answers. But let’s consider what happened in last week’s edition.
The goriness and gut-wrenching emotion episode 4 of Mars almost felt like an updated version of Michael Crichton’s Andromeda Strain.
How do two groups, who are worlds apart on issues that matter, peacefully coexist? Or is that even a possibility?
We have enough tensions and challenges for a lifetime—between countries, between companies, between individuals. Mars is no exception.
The First Calvary’s deployment wasn’t ‘one battle and you get to go home;’ it was ‘stay until the mission is complete, then go home.’
The choices we make compose the fabric of our lives. We should make them wisely.
The situation in Sadr City wasn’t getting any better for the soldiers; in fact, it was getting significantly worse.
The First Calvary Division was ill-prepared for potential combat. It’s a recipe for potential disaster.
The Long Road Home is intense, violent, and sad—sometimes all at once.