Tag Archives: Perspective

Window Shopping

Life – it’s a flash, a bit of dash, and then maybe it’s over before we even know it’s begun… Window Shopping by Michael Romani It’s strange all those little things That make up our memory All the flashes and … Continue reading

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A Family

There is family by biology.  Then there is family by choice.  In many instances who is to say which is the deepest tie.  Biology and kinship are interesting in their perspectives, aren’t they? A Family by Michael Romani When life … Continue reading

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Alien Revelation

Until we are dead, to believe or not believe is a matter of faith.  My own examination through my life points toward great evidence for God and Christianity.  Other equally intelligent people have reached other conclusions.  Life is funny that … Continue reading

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First Principles: Liberty Is Sacred When Rightly Understood

“Liberty is a word which, according as it is used, comprehends the most good and the most evil of any in the world. Justly understood it is sacred next to those which we appropriate in divine adoration; but in the … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: To Get the Rainbow, You Have To Put Up With the Rain

“The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.” — Dolly Parton      

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Thought For the Day: No Two Persons Have Read the Same Book

“No two persons ever read the same book.” – Edmund Wilson, critic (8 May 1895-1972)          

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Notable

There’s a rumor that it’s notable And perhaps even noticeable That fame comes to those who strive And not often to those who are merely alive There remains just one thing you see How to be famous and yet keep … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Nature Has Given Man Into Woman’s Hands

“Man is the one who desires, woman the one who is desired. This is woman’s entire but decisive advantage. Through man’s passions, nature has given man into woman’s hands…” – Leopold Von Sacher-Masoch Nevermind how this guy meant this.  It … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Concerns of Childhood Are Life Sized To Children

“Little girls are cute and small only to adults. To one another they are not cute. They are life-sized.” – Margaret Atwood, novelist and poet (b. 1939)        

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On Idealism and Its Defeat

On Idealism and Its Defeat by Michael Romani Too often the rebuke of idealism Can seem like only so much tribalism Each convinced of an abstraction of right Though differently seen in its perspective of light Lives of practical politics … Continue reading

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