Tag Archives: Knowing

Knowing of the Why

Knowing of the Whyby Michael DoyleI believe I know the whyOf why a weeping willow criesWhen there was no time for goodbyeAnd that’s the case for each of us who diesEven in the best case of stabilityThere lies the uncanny … Continue reading

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In the Providence of Seneca

In the Providence of Senecaby Michael DoyleIn the age of ancient tyrannyWhen Rome had lost its libertyEven a good man might compromiseFor the partial good seen in his eyesThough at times, it took its tollTo hide his better angels in … Continue reading

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On Being Indigenous In the 21st Century

On Being Indigenous In the 21st Centuryby Michael DoyleIn this world of the modern ageWhen most wish to appear a wise sageIt is pithy to posture and sayIn that pseudo-intellectual wayThat the indigenous follow Mother Nature’s wayThough if you were … Continue reading

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On Being Eleventeen

My youngest daughter turns 11 tomorrow.   She’s brilliant, witty, charming in her own ways and has a bright future ahead of her.  Yes.  I am a very proud father of both of my princesses.   The only kingdom I … Continue reading

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In the Tears We’ve Cried

Love, especially long distance love, can be so difficult.  Funny how it feels so easy when two hearts that mesh well meet.  Then things can get difficult.  But, you know what?  Bob Marley is right… was right.. whatever.  Thing is … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Embrace

It was there at that celestial hideaway Where we fell further into love’s embrace Strange how it seems like only just yesterday When I looked into the heaven of your face The weeks have flown by so quickly now And … Continue reading

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Learning and Knowing Jesus

Based in part on Philippians 3:10: Learning and Knowing Jesus by Michael Romani That we might know Him Moving this out past whim The questions start to run How to tell about the one What might one start to tell About … Continue reading

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Knowing The Law of the Lord

Knowing the Law of the Lord by Michael Romani The Law of our blessed Lord In all of its purity and perfection Cuts through like a sword In its blessed direction Making even a fool seem wise By opening a … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: To Fully Live, We Must Apply Knowledge and Take Action

“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” — Johann Wolfgang von Goethe      

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Thought For the Day: A Real Friend Knows You Instantly

“Your friends will know you better in the first minute you meet than your acquaintances will know you in a thousand years.”  – Richard Bach, in  Illusions, The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah (1977) The text of this work is … Continue reading

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