Tag Archives: Acceptance

Thought For the Day: Gratitude Unlocks the Fullness of Life

“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a … Continue reading

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Patience In Action

I suppose that every creative thinker knows this.  Maybe we all do? Patience In Action by Michael Romani Rodin says that patience is action I do believe I see this satisfaction No matter what direction that I turn It’s there … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Existential

There is something in the existential moment When we realize life consists of daily torment But still it’s the very best deal that is offered Dreams of immortality are not even proffered With a the straightness of anyone’s best face … Continue reading

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Role of Repentance

Based in part on Psalms 103 Role of Repentance by Michael Romani Positive and ever uplifting Moral ground never shifting Coming to God’s full acceptance And willing to undergo repentance Finding my way away from sin Learning Jesus is indeed my … Continue reading

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Redemption Of A Clown

Some things just aren’t funny.  Like someone who abuses their power and position to coerce others into things otherwise unimaginable to them.  Less funny still is when that same comedian thinks he can excuse away his or her lewd and … Continue reading

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The Squishy Sound of Democracy

The suppression of free speech is a leading indicator of fascism not freedom and certainly not the small r republican values our Founding Fathers advocated in their classical liberalism.  I for one refuse to bend to tyranny from any camp… … Continue reading

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Na/GloPoWriMo 4: To Make You Whole

The challenge for day four is to create a poem making an abstract concept concrete.  I was thinking of my brother in law lately anyhow.  So, I chose to embody the grief felt by both he and I regarding my … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Profuse

Time bleeds profusely across my lost page Senses felt, sometimes love; others empty rage Dancing on the ends of pierced second hands Pivoting with leaping conclusions that sometimes land You speak to me of patience as time slips away With … Continue reading

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…And the Greatest of These

…And the Greatest of These by Michael Romani Ten lords leaped without much of a look To the lessons of love from the Holy Book In a new form of math where ten became two The complexities were broken down … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Consideration of Thought Does Not Mean Its Acceptance

“It is the mark of an educated man to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” — Aristotle (384-322 BC) Greek philosopher Sometimes deep contemplation on the thoughts of others sharpens your own that are contrary.  Consider the above.  … Continue reading

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