Tag Archives: Toleration

Black Was the Color

Black Was the Color by Michael Romani In a moment’s inspiration Black was the color of the evening Meant to fire up conversation As deep as its meaning In a tailoring of artful seeming There’s an artistry in this dreaming … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Wit and Wisdom Found In Writing Is As Much Ours

“There is not less wit nor less invention in applying rightly a thought one finds in a book, than in being the first author of that thought.” – Pierre Bayle, philosopher and writer (1647-1706)   This super-skeptic found that in … Continue reading

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First Principles: Steady Employment and Regular Worship Is For the Nation’s Good

“The almost general mediocrity of fortune that prevails in America obliging its people to follow some business for subsistence, those vices, that arise usually from idleness, are in a great measure prevented. Industry and constant employment are great preservatives of … Continue reading

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