Tag Archives: Evidence

What Is Art?

I was sitting on a swing in a virtual world and thinking on how beautiful the build was that had been designed to evoke and memorialize my dead family members and close friends who had died before their time and … Continue reading

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Life Giving Water

The secret elixir of life on our blue planet begins with water.  Beyond on this, we must look toward the mixer of this with energy and stardust, our heavenly Father. Life Giving Water by Michael Romani Too many eyes looking … Continue reading

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First Principles: Failing To Pay Attention To the World’s Details Prevents All But A Few From Seeing and Discovering God

“That the discovery of this great truth, which lies so near and obvious to the mind, should be attained to by the reason of so very few, is a sad instance of the stupidity and inattention of men, who, though … Continue reading

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One Family Seen

In looking down on this world from space what might we see? One Family Seen by Michael Romani Ten million bats seen in migration Descend on the fruited Zambian nation Always in motion as they play their part Delivering the … Continue reading

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Wish That You Would Listen

Everyone wants to be heard, no one wants to really listen. Wish That You Would Listen by Michael Romani You come on strong But you got it all wrong And I wish that you would listen Just wish that you … Continue reading

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Oxygen Reexamined

One of the little miracles of life that we too often take for granted is the level of oxygen on our fair planet and just what this does for us without much of an effort by most. Oxygen Reexamined by … Continue reading

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First Principles: Americans Would Rather Die Than Live As Slaves

“The ever memorable 19th of April gave a conclusive answer to the questions of American freedom. What think ye of Congress now? That day. . . evidenced that Americans would rather die than live slaves!”  – Mary Katherine Goddard If … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Poetry Is the Evidence of Life

“Poetry is just the evidence of life. If your life is burning well, poetry is just the ash.” – Leonard Cohen    

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First Principles: The Dictates of Passion Do Not and Cannot Change Facts Or Evidence

“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclination, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.” – John Adams (1770)    

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Thought For the Day: Invoking the 25th Amendment Against A Sitting President For Fundamental Policy Disagreements Is A Grievous Offense Against the Constitution

“The 25th Amendment is about Woodrow Wilson having a stroke. It’s about a president being shot and not being able to perform his office. It’s not about the most fundamental disagreements. Any Justice Department official who even mentioned the 25th … Continue reading

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