Tag Archives: Elimination

Discernment Revisited

Discernment Revisitedby Michael DoyleI guess that’s the dealLetting Jesus take the wheelLike the wisdom of Solomon’s sealIt is what keeps it realGoing deep into the ScriptureWe find the things of GodSurrendering in devotion to ScriptureWe recommit to the ways of … Continue reading

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Finished Ideas

To design for toying or for play allows the imagination to stray.  Does it not? Finished Ideas by Michael Romani Finished ideas Have no place In the imagination All idylls To embrace With our fascination The only limitation Is that … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Capitalism Has Been the Most Effective Way To Eliminate Poverty In History

Socialists like to blame every inequity, the actions of every greedy criminal, every downturn and every social ill on the injustice of capitalism. But none of them admit that capitalism has been the most effective way to eliminate poverty in … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Art Is the Elimination of the Unnecessary

“Art is the elimination of the unnecessary.” – Pablo Picasso, painter, and sculptor (1881-1973)      

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