Oct 1, 2007


I had a realization today. Allow me to explain it:

When I was a child, I always thought lighthouses were called lifehouses. I suppose I grew out of that, but never consciously. Then today I was listening to Lifehouse the band and realized for the first time in my life that "Lifehouse" and "lighthouse" are different words with different meanings.

Thanks, I just needed to share that with someone.


Rachael said...

Although, on the other hand, a lighthouse is so called because it casts a huge, sweeping ray of light out to sea to alert sailors of dangers, and save their lives. So a lighthouse could be called a lifehouse without too much of a stretch. Especially when you get into the whole Christian analogy of Christ and the Atonement/Gospel being a lighthouse. Christ=Light=Life, you know.

Andrea said...

My thoughts exactly when I was a child and thought lighthouses were lifehouses. It makes enough sense, I say.