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First Principles: There Must Never Be A Separation of Religious Values From the Lives of Public Servants

“We need to remember that the separation of church and state must never mean the separation of religious values from the lives of public servants. . . If we who serve free men today are to differ from the tyrants … Continue reading

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First Principles: The Fundamental Trouble With the People of the United States Is That We Have Gotten Too Far Away From God

“I have been thinking a lot about these things as I have come to the realization of the tremendous responsibilities which rest upon me. It is my conviction that the fundamental trouble with the people of the United States is … Continue reading

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Ghosts of A Thousand Ages

We can learn a lot from history. Ghosts of A Thousand Ages by Michael Romani The ghosts of a thousand ages Tell the truth of a thousand sages Stepping to the ledge, window shopping The fireworks inside are heart stopping … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Dreams Are Forever

“Laughter is timeless. Imagination has no age. And dreams are forever.” – Walt Disney    

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Destructive Good Fortune

Our planet began from the cosmic storm that stirred the soup that makes up the fundamental building materials that became all we know.  Of course it was all by accident… Destructive Good Fortune by Michael Romani To watch through the … Continue reading

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Seeking Wisdom

Sometimes it seems hard to find wisdom in these times we live in. Seeking Wisdom by Michael Romani In this day of the endless age We find our best truth isn’t from the sages But, as we still seek out … Continue reading

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Put Quite Simply

Sometimes mistakes, even huge mistakes happen.  I think this has lately become a sticking point to and for me.  I will never be perfect and sometimes am in need of forgiveness.  Doesn’t mean I don’t regret my errors.  It means … Continue reading

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The Truth of the Present

It’s so easy to believe these are the bad ole days as modern day snake oil salesmen tell us of how horrible things are and that they’re bound to get worse.   But is that true?  Or, is the doom … Continue reading

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An Informational Confession

The old adage is that information is power.  In today’s reiteration of perhaps too, too much information out there, I believe it’s time we modify this.  Clarity is power. An Informational Confession by Michael Romani Here then in this present … Continue reading

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A Woman’s Thoughts On Reaching 50

A blend of bits of reality mixed with a column that I read: A Woman’s Thoughts On Reaching 50 by Michael Romani At risk and at torment of feeling superficial She looks in the mirror, feeling somehow less special Weight … Continue reading

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