Tag Archives: Aspiration

Sounds For Troubled Times

One thing I’ve had some time to do lately is to explore what tuneage tends to lift my spirits in these sunken times. Sounds For Troubled Times by Michael Doyle Susceptible to a classic boogie fever As though there be … Continue reading

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Self Rule Rises

Continuing in a series on American history: Self Rule Rises by Michael Doyle From the High Middle Ages, society had a transformation As Calvin and Luther led the church’s reformation In a faithful take befitting the Bible’s explanation Making these … Continue reading

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The Spark of Growth

Based in part on Luke 17:1-6: : The Spark of Growth by Michael Doyle We do not need to live in fear Rather it be from afar or near We must live by faith in our day The Lord is … Continue reading

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Hope In Love Becomes A Battlefield

Na/GloPoWriMo Day 22 challenges us to write a poem engaging another art form.  For me, it took but a moment to realize I would take on Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture.  Many reasons behind this I suppose, but, the largest of … Continue reading

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First Principles: Use Your Time Wisely, Always Do Something Useful

“Lose no time. Be always employed in something useful. Cut off all unnecessary actions.” – Benjamin Franklin This is not so much the ending of one year, as the beginning of the rest of your life.  It is the time … Continue reading

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Comfort In His Love

Philippians 2:5-11 Comfort In His Love by Michael Romani In all of life’s storms, you bring peace From all of life’s troubles you bring release More beautiful than diamonds, you shine As I, with each of us, walk your fine … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Don’t Invest All of Your Satisfaction Into One Aspiration

“Just as a cautious businessman avoids tying up all his capital in one concern, so, perhaps, worldly wisdom will advise us not to look for the whole of our satisfaction from a single aspiration.” – Sigmund Freud, neurologist, founder of … Continue reading

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Presidents’ Day 2018

Presidents’ Day 2018 by Michael Romani Two princesses and their daddy Wandered off to Conner Prairie Uncertain of what they might find Seeking fun and to cultivate minds Most of the living history Would have to remain a mystery Closed … Continue reading

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