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We Call For the Water

We Call For the Waterby Michael DoyleThe outside world focuses on the forgivingAt best, if at all, and not the givingAs we link arms serving on behalf of the joyFrom day one, this was God’s intention to deployAs babe was … Continue reading

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Called To Freedom

Called To Freedomby Michael DoyleStanding firm on Sunday morningLiving life as if a warningDoing it as I can to my very bestFasting and testifying as I confessIt grew toward a borderline resentmentUntil I discovered what brought contentmentCalled to freedom to … Continue reading

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Holistic Commitment

Holistic Commitmentby Michael DoyleThere is no real culture of lifeWithout the culture of married familyHere in this world filled with strifeThis is not just an empty homilyBut a call for holistic commitmentTo which there should be no resentmentBut a desire … Continue reading

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Bad Data Rejected

Bad Data Rejectedby Michael DoyleBad dataMay be big dataBut false is always untrueAnd should be rejectedWhen you call a strangerWho knows the dangerOf talking to a snooty pollsterOut to collect dataThat confirms opinions, not factsYou’re going to get skewThe results … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Give of Every Good and Perfect Gift Has Called Upon Us To Mimic God’s Giving, By Grace, Through Faith and This Is Not of Ourselves

“The giver of every good and perfect gift has called upon us to mimic God’s giving, by grace, through faith and this is not of ourselves” – St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra

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Thoughts On Dorian Gray

Thoughts On Dorian Grayby Michael DoyleTextured as it is in prescienceAre those things outside of scienceAmong these is the legend of Dorian GrayOf which there is much yet to sayImages that stick through flesh like a knifeSliced cleanly through the … Continue reading

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A Call To Revamp General Healthcare Public Policy Subsequent to the Covid-19 Pandemic

A Call To Revamp General Healthcare Public Policy Subsequent to the Covid-19 Pandemic Under the broader heading of healthcare policy are the concerns related to general health which includes obesity.   Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, approximately 17-20%% of the nation’s … Continue reading

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In the Hateful Wastefulness of Mediocrity

In the Hateful Wastefulness of Mediocrityby Michael DoyleIs it as it seems some kind of conspiracyThis hateful wastefulness of mediocrityClearly, I am not genius quite enoughFor I, in my simplicity, to hazard a bluffThat human nature is an understandingI hold … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: However Well Equipped Our Language, It Can Never Be Forearmed Against All Possible Cases That May Arise and Call For Description: Fact Is Richer Than Diction

“However well equipped our language, it can never be forearmed against all possible cases that may arise and call for description: fact is richer than diction.” – J.L. Austin, philosopher of language (28 Mar 1911-1960)

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Some Times We Can Wait No Longer

Some Times We Can Wait No Longerby Michael DoyleSocrates and Jesus took their last breathsAs each of these were put to their deathsAccused and tried for treason and blasphemyAnd in corrupting the young by truth’s divinityThe noble search and allegiance … Continue reading

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