Tag Archives: Potential

Inconvenience Into Resemblance

Inconvenience Into Resemblanceby Michael DoyleCasting aside the inconvenienceLooking instead for the resemblanceIs he your bother or a brother?What happened to loving one another?Red letter moments meant to teach usEach word said in try to reach usPassages that speak to heartachesMeant … Continue reading

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First Principles: America’s Founding Principles Are True Not Because Any Generation – Including Our Own – Has Lived Them Perfectly, But Because They Are Based Upon the Eternal Truths of the Human Condition

“America’s founding principles are true not because any generation — including our own — has lived them perfectly, but because they are based upon the eternal truths of the human condition. They are rooted in our capacity for evil and … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: When It Comes To Developing Character Strength, Inner Security and Unique Personal and Interpersonal Talents and Skills In A Child, No Institution Can Or Ever Will Compare With…the Home’s Potential For Positive Influence

“When it comes to developing character strength, inner security and unique personal and interpersonal talents and skills in a child, no institution can or ever will compare with, or effectively substitute for, the home’s potential for positive influence.” – Stephen … Continue reading

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A Vacation In the Reflective

A Vacation In the Reflectiveby Michael DoyleIt seems to me that there’s one thingCovid has brought and its the thrivingThat comes in knowing it’s not really destinationGiving us the best of our family vacationIt does not hurt in thinking locationBut, … Continue reading

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Knowing Who We Are

Based  in part on Pentecostal Sunday and Ephesians 10: Knowing Who We Are by Michael Doyle For we are the handiwork of God for His good Created in His image, let this be understood With all thanks to God we … Continue reading

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Mathing the COVID-19 Curve

Day 7 of Na/GloPoWriMo!  The target objective? “…a poem based on a news article.” My subject today can be drawn on any number of articles plastered throughout our daily news periodicals to the point it cannot be escaped really.  But, … Continue reading

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An Expectancy of Government

A continuing look at American history: An Expectancy of Government by Michael Doyle Approaches as it had been in hesitancy No gave the Constitution great expectancy As a blue print for what had been built To house a people in … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: There Is No Material With Which Human Beings Work Which Has So Much Potential Energy As Words

“There is no material with which human beings work which has so much potential energy as words.” – Earnest Calkins    

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Pandemic 2020

The days are dark but we will get through this. Pandemic 2020 by Michael Doyle Mass graves mark the passing through Of the last major outbreak of flu There are not moments relegated to history But a devastating part of … Continue reading

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Celebrate National Reading Month!!

As Frederick Douglas said, reading frees your mind and with a free mind all things are possible. The importance of early literacy cannot be underscored.  From this a child’s life is opened to that child’s maximum potential.  Some ideas for … Continue reading

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