Tag Archives: Hesitation

Thanks In Everything

There are times when it seems awfully hard to find gratitude for the things and situations God puts into our lives.  Here’s a little something on that topic and to make up for not having my mid-week Christian poem yesterday.  … Continue reading

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Do I Give Myself Too Easily?

Sometimes you wonder, right? Do I Give Myself Too Easily? by Michael Romani I don’t really think it too serious a question But, I approach this with some hesitation Because I have given you all of me so easily Does … Continue reading

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Long Knife

I watched part of a Western tonight after not having watched one for years.  So far two poems from it and over an hour more to go.  Isn’t it interesting how there is a poem in just about everything.  It’s … Continue reading

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First Principles: Every Sensible Person Chooses Liberty

“No man in his senses can hesitate in choosing to be free, rather than a slave.” – Alexander Hamilton (1774)    

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