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Thought For the Day: Do You Wish To Rise? Begin By Descending. You Plan A Tower That Will Pierce the Clouds? Lay first the foundation of Humility

“Do you wish to rise? Begin by descending. You plan a tower that will pierce the clouds? Lay first the foundation of humility.” -St. Augustine (354-430)

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With the Heart of A Lion

With the Heart of A Lionby Michael DoyleWith the heart of a lionIt’s past the fire wellThat we riseWith nowhere to hideThe hourglass and the landslideCreep up find us cryin’In a second crusade of hopeWe cling at the end of … Continue reading

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With An Inept Jab

With An Inept Jabby Michael DoyleWith an inept Parkinson jabPutin attempts to plantThe false flag of a bioweapons labAs part of his hateful rantClaiming Ukraine as part of his empireBasing this as birthright of the RusBut such a claim has … Continue reading

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Wedded To A Narrative

Wedded To A Narrativeby Michael DoyleWedded to a narrativeWe forget the slavery of todayCivil rights racketeersDo little to nothingTo ease the world’s tearsThere are incentives to embraceTruths forgotten without traceCombatting the great reset takes voiceTo stand together, we are the … Continue reading

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First Principles: There Is A Certain Enthusiasm In Liberty; That Makes Human Nature Rise Above Itself, In Acts of Bravery and Heroism

“There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism.” – Alexander Hamilton, The Farmer Refuted, 1775

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Trusting God’s Plan

Trusting God’s Planby Michael DoyleLiving Life in my recoveryEach day becomes a new discoveryPrivileged to take another breathI choose life over living deathI’ve had my share of heartachesMore than enough of the heartbreaksI’ve been let down by my mistakesAnd now … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: A Certain Amount of Opposition Is A Great Help To A Man. Kites Rise Against, Not With, the Wind

“A certain amount of opposition is a great help to a man. Kites rise against, not with, the wind.” – John Neal, author and critic (25 Aug 1793-1876)

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In Community

In Communityby Michael DoyleComing together in communityFulfills our need for familyAnxiousness brings rise to dangerAs to each other we have become strangersViolence takes away from us allDestruction only brings pride’s fallWhen we forget our relationsWe only bring sorrow to our … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Early To Bed and Early To Rise Makes A Man Healthy, Wealthy and Wise

“Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.” –  Benjamin Franklin

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The Chicago Seven and Liberty

The Chicago Seven and Libertyby Michael DoyleThe American soul was in desperate measurePoisoned and depleted of blood and lost treasureFor the sake of a war that people didn’t understandOur republic’s principles died for in a foreign landThe Vietnam draft and … Continue reading

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