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A Federation Begins

In the formation of the American Constitution, the world’s political  republican theory took a leap into reality despite some downsides. A Federation Begins by Michael Doyle The extending of institutionalized slavery Remains a bleak mark in American history Kicking the … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Every Day Is a New Beginning and Every Sunset Is Merely the Latest Milestone On A Voyage That Never Ends

“Every day is a new beginning and every sunset is merely the latest milestone on a voyage that never ends.” – Ronald Reagan      

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Let Us Begin

So many promises of the 20th century have led to false starts, broken hearts and the horror of confronting the results of our delusions. Let Us Begin by Michael Romani In pursuit of stronger minds Do we risk leaving souls … Continue reading

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Valentine Thoughts 2020

Beautiful weekend spent in part with two little princesses that I adore and a lady who is the queen of my heart.  One later for the girls.  One for my lady just written: Valentine Thoughts 2020 by Michael Romani To … Continue reading

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First Principles: The Deterioration of Every Government Begins With the Decay of the Principles On Which It Was Founded

“The deterioration of every government begins with the decay of the principles on which it was founded.” – Baron de Montesquieu      

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Thought For the Day: Conviction .. Is Worthless Until It Converts Itself Into Conduct

“Conviction …Is Worthless Till It Converts Itself Into Conduct.” – Thomas Carlyle      

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Things Learned In Harvest

Winter comes seeming like and end… Things Learned In Harvest by Michael Romani I’m never one for seeming alarmist But I have learned this about harvest The lessons learned from the garden I tend Is that Winter only seems like … Continue reading

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Grateful For A Quest Completed

A poem of gratitude #25: Grateful For A Quest Completed by Michael Romani Life has at best One most important quest It begins at the start By the opening of one’s heart There in a box filled With the best … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: A Smile Is the Beginning of Peace

“A smile is the beginning of peace.” – Mother Teresa    

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Thought For the Day: The Man Who Moves A Mountain Begins By Carrying Away Small Stones

“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” – Confucius    

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