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Set’s Blinding of Horus

Egypt has some fascinating legends from long ago.  Some get slightly retold as time goes on. Set’s Blinding of Horus by Michael Doyle Few know the whole of the story A tale needed in all of its glory In a … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Happiness Is Not Ready-Made. It Comes From Your Own Actions.

“Happiness is not ready-made.  It comes from your own actions.”  – Dalai Lama    

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Smiled On A Blue Note

Despite all the controversies surrounding the band, probably my all time favorite musical group is Led Zeppelin.  I was reminded of this only just yesterday. Smiled On A Blue Note by Michael Romani Come to me so gently Floated on … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Everyone Is Entitled To Their Own Opinion, but, Not Their Own Facts

“Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.”  – Daniel Patrick Moynihan    

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Downsizing

I used to know someone who would tell me about tiny houses.  So, it was sort of an interesting surprise to see that Netflix has a series that premiered today about these.  It’s amazing how much it turns out can … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Greatest Deception Men Suffer Is From Their Own Opinions

“The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” – Leonardo da Vinci      

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Be True

The Bard said and we’ve all felt it.  The Bible says it too.  Truth shall set us free, right? Be True by Michael Romani There is a secret to life Where we persist through strife That is to always be … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Admitting You Were Wrong Only Says You Are Wiser Than Yesterday

“A man should never be ashamed to own he has been in the wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that he is wiser today than he was yesterday.” – Alexander Pope, poet (21 May 1688-1744    

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You Can’t Own (A Child of God)

As we stand perched on the edge of a new month, this poem is dedicated to the brave souls who fought together as brothers and sisters in Jones County, Mississippi, dedicated to the proposition that each person is equal before … Continue reading

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Samson VI

Further attempt to depict the story of Samson and Deliah from the Book of Judges: Samson (VI) by Michael Romani VI An uncertain meeting at the granary Speaks of that wistful bit of insanity A servant girl separating chaff from … Continue reading

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