Tag Archives: Definition

To Know Us By Our Love

Based in part on 1 John 3:11-18: To Know Us By Our Love by Michael Romani Our defining character needs to be love To share that blessing we get from above In every moment that we speak our talk Love … Continue reading

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First Principles: To Move Even A Step Beyond the Prescribed Powers Of Congress Is to Create Power No Longer Susceptible to Definition

“To take a single step beyond the boundaries specially drawn around the powers of Congress is to take possession of a boundless field of power, no longer susceptible to definition.” – Thomas Jefferson        

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Jars of Clay Transformed

Based in part on 2 Cor  4:7-10: Jars of Clay Transformed by Michael Romani Filled in our earthen jars of clay Is the power that carries our day Momentary points of affliction Cannot outweigh the prediction That all works towards … Continue reading

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First Principles: A Republic Is Defined As Ruled By Laws Not Men

“They define a republic to be a government of laws, and not of men.” – John Adams, Novanglus No. 7, 1775        

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Thought For the Day: Tact Is Describing People As They See Themselves

“Tact is the ability to describe others as they see themselves.”  – Abraham Lincoln, 16th president of the US (1809-1865)                

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An Accidental Definition

An Accidental Definition by Michael Romani There is a sense of scattered taunts Hidden in the hand painted fonts That reaches for the imperative Found in an industrial narrative Where the cross thatched tags Create a sense of visual lag … Continue reading

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