Tag Archives: Tradition

First Principles: The Constitution Is Not Written On Blank Pages

“Our peculiar security is in the possession of a written Constitution. Let us not make it a blank paper by construction.” –Thomas Jefferson, letter to Wilson Nicholas, 1803 Every word in the Constitution either means something of particular intent or … Continue reading

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Happy Columbus Day!!

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Thought For the Day: Love of Beauty and Reverence for Tradition Make for the Best of Art

“The scientific spirit, the contempt of tradition, the lack of discipline and the exaltation of the individual have very nearly made an end of art. It can only be restored by the love of beauty, the reverence for tradition, the … Continue reading

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WordPress – #Daily Prompt – Rhyme

Throughout all of our many centuries Hearts have been lost up on anniversaries With minds filled with willed versification Rhymed moments of steadfast dedication To do less might even, to some, be a crime We have given that much power … Continue reading

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Living Rooms

Living Rooms by Michael Romani Starting with a strategy Based on sense of priority Found in a feel of empathy Not one based on sympathy And in consideration of facts That leave one feeling relaxed There in a processed interrogation … Continue reading

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