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Bones of A Dead Man

We can learn a lot from the past.  The trick is to learn the best not the worse and realize things, thoughts, deeds are contextual and not always the same as it might be today or the future. Bones of … Continue reading

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Things We’ve Said

Woke up this morning, kicking myself hard.  Nuff said about that other than… Things We’ve Said by Michael Romani Teared face looks in the mirror Trapped disgrace lived out in error Struggling past feeble lines of poetry That still vivid … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Music Can Make Us Feel Invulnerable and Related to All of Time

“When I hear music, I fear no danger. I am invulnerable. I see no foe. I am related to the earliest times, and to the latest.” – Henry David Thoreau     

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What Is the Enough?

Of some things, we can never have enough. What Is the Enough? by Michael Romani Of nature, art and poetry All of these things dear to me There is never enough to be enough Nothing in the world can ever … Continue reading

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Kill Buzz

Life is funny, right? Kill Buzz by Michael Romani I don’t mean to constantly over analyze But, I don’t find it compassionate to criticize Every thing that a person says or does It’s actually kind of a kill-buzz That someone … Continue reading

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Humbled To the Stumble

The thing about prayers is that while God answers them all, it is not always with a “yes”.  Sometimes it’s wait. Sometimes it’s an outright no.  At all times, we need to trust that the answer that works for God’s … Continue reading

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Put Quite Simply

Sometimes mistakes, even huge mistakes happen.  I think this has lately become a sticking point to and for me.  I will never be perfect and sometimes am in need of forgiveness.  Doesn’t mean I don’t regret my errors.  It means … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Experience Teaches Us the Huge Gap Between Piety and Goodness

“Experience makes us see an enormous difference between piety and goodness.” -Blaise Pascal, philosopher and mathematician (19 Jun 1623-1662)    

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Thought For the Day: Be Attentive and See That Each Moment Is Filled With Joy and Happiness

“The present moment is filled with joy and happiness.  If you are attentive, you will see it.” – Thich Nhat Hanh      

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Finding Restorative Balance

Lately, though taking quite a hit in my life, I have also found through the good times and lessons given and learned some hints at new approaches for my health and peace.  For that, I will always be eternally grateful. … Continue reading

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