3 comments on “Happy Hunger Games! And may the odds be ever in your favor!

  1. I’ve read the Hunger Games books and saw the movie. One thing that struck me was the parallels of ancient Rome, our country today, and Panem and how the upper class that acted the most barbaric thought of the lower classes as being “sub-human.” The movie really does show how the sin of greed (consumerism) always ends up with a society just like in the movie. Great post! 🙂

  2. Good point! It does feel that way at times and it is ironic that those who think others are the barbarians are really the barbarians themselves. We don’t even have to be of the upper class to give in to this way of thinking. God warns us to not love the world or the things in the world, but that can be such a challenge. The world can be very appealing at times, but we have to be on our guard and always put God first, otherwise we will be just as ignorant, calloused and lost as those of the Capitol. Thanks for your thoughts!

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