Tag Archives: Observe

First Principles: Many Observe Christ’s Birthday; Few Follow His Precepts

“How many observe Christ’s birthday! How few, His precepts!” – Benjamin Franklin  

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Gratitude For A Unified Field of Connection

A poem in the light of gratitude #20: Gratitude For A Unified Field of Connection by Michael Romani Increasingly one for less and less punctuality While I search for gratitude as my reality I find much of it has to … Continue reading

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Ode To A Mad Dog

Read between the lines and realize that some things just need to be said regardless… Ode To A Mad Dog by Michael Romani In the depths of a duty of silence Is the observed, held with vigilance That there are … Continue reading

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Walking Talk of Talking Walk

Some say that a nice walk is the best time and way to observe, think and observe.  I see the point of this.  For me, it use to be to go on a nice 10-15 mile run.   Those days … Continue reading

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First Principles: Cultivate Peace and Harmony With All Nations By Observing Good Faith and Justice

“Observe good faith and justice towards all nations. Cultivate peace and harmony with all.” – George Washington    

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Seeking the Face of God

Based in part on Psalms 27:8: Seeking the Face of God by Michael Romani Thankful for being a child of God Dwelling in prayer, not finding it odd But a place that knows my gratitude Keeping this thought in my … Continue reading

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Scorpion’s Sting

Danger is the stranger that leaves us curious enough to look closer… Scorpion’s Sting by Michael Romani We stain our souls In our house of pain Nothing left to console As we flail against the strain Venom of the scorpion … Continue reading

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First Principles: We Should Better Follow the Commandments Than the Holidays

“How many observe Christ’s birth-day! How few, his precepts! O! ’tis easier to keep Holidays than Commandments.” – Benjamin Franklin (1743)    

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First Principles: Those Who Follow Christian Holidays Should Follow Christian Precepts

“How many observe Christ’s birth-day! How few, his precepts! O! ’tis easier to keep Holidays than Commandments.” – Benjamin Franklin (1743)      

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First Principles: To Be Respected and Trusted, We Must Keep Our Agreements

“States, like individuals, who observe their engagements, are respected and trusted: while the reverse is the fate of those who pursue an opposite conduct.” – Alexander Hamilton (1790)      

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