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Thought For the Day: A Writer Who States There Is No Truth or That Truth Is Relative Should Not Be Believed

“A writer who says that there are no truths, or that all truth is ‘merely relative,’ is asking you not to believe him. So don’t.” – Roger Scruton, Modern Philosophy: An Introduction and Survey      

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Grace In Prayer

Based in part on Matthew 26:44: Grace In Prayer by Michael Romani In our prayer of asking We seek in our tasking To get through our trials We trust in our arrival Through all the bleakness Unafraid to speak this … Continue reading

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Grace In Prayer

Based in part on Matthew  26:44: Grace In Prayer by Michael Romani In our prayer of asking We seek in our tasking To get through our trials We trust in our arrival Through all the bleakness Unafraid to speak this … Continue reading

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Lessons From A Ring of Power

Talking Tolkien can teach one a lot and not just about alliteration… Lessons From A Ring of Power by Michael Romani It seemed wise like a wizard might say That one doesn’t just walk into Mordor Then again it might … Continue reading

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