Tag Archives: See

Hello Brother

Hatred stokes the fear that burns across our world in random outcroppings of rage and destruction.  That being said, to take away the people’s right to bear arms and defend themselves seems like an ill thought out consequence, Madam Prime … Continue reading

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Desert Skies

There are times that I truly miss driving through the deserts of the American West.  I learned and saw and lived a lot there. Desert Skies by Michael Romani Life for all its anguish is ours It belongs to no … Continue reading

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Walk Alone

When Satan fell to the Earth, he did not fall alone.  It takes that one brave enough to stand against these forces of evil… Walk Alone by Michael Romani When Satan fell from heaven He did not fall alone In … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Much of What Forms Our Customs Is An Accident of Birth

“I see too plainly custom forms us all. Our thoughts, our morals, our most fixed belief, are consequences of our place of birth. “– Aaron Hill, dramatist and writer (10 Feb 1685-1750)    

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Memory of Fireworks Haiku

I keep stumbling around trying to catch up with this whole Milkwood Poem of a Day event.  Mainly, it seems that when bits and pieces are done out of sequence, it confuses me to where to go from there.  With … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Counseling Is Best Approached As Reminding the Person of Things Forgotten, Not Unable To Be Seen

“When you counsel someone, you should appear to be reminding him of something he had forgotten, not of the light he was unable to see.”  – Baltasar Gracian, writer and philosopher (8 Jan 1601-1658)      

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Samson (XI)

Continuing in this humble retelling of the story of Samson and Delilah as originally set out in The Book of Judges: Samson XI by Michael Romani XI Delilah torments and taunt her precious Samson Desiring the secrets that make him a … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: We Not Only Want To See Beauty But To Become Part of It

“‘We do not want merely to see beauty… we want something else which can hardly be put into words – to be united with the beauty we see, to pass into it, to receive it into ourselves, to bathe in … Continue reading

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Unique Revealed

People are often disturbed by the different.  Not just people either.  hmmm… Unique Revealed by Michael Romani How to make real From the unreal Things we think and feel Secrets to reveal People will come to see Visions of possibility … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Christmas Is A Mirror In Which We See the Very Best Life Can Be

“Christmas is a mirror in which we see reflected the very best life can be. Where we see ourselves moved by generosity, inspired by hope, and uplifted by love, not only for ourselves but for the whole evolving universe.” – … Continue reading

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