Tag Archives: Transform

Nuzzle and Nudge

Father’s Day is approaching.  Due to lack of funds, I’ve not seen the girls but twice since June 10 of last year.  We won’t even really get into the 73 times that the Court ordered telephonic visitation has been interfered … Continue reading

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First Principles: Humanity Naturally Indulges False Hope While Shutting Our Eyes to Painful Truth

“It is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren till she transforms us into beasts.” – Patrick Henry, … Continue reading

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Time Well Spent

In this age of global interconnection, we face a modern paradox.  At the same time that we are more connected than ever, we are also increasingly polarized and alienated from one another.  What might have been and can still be … Continue reading

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The Dissolution of Liberal Democracy

Not so long ago, it was announced with great fanfare that history had ended and Liberal Democracy had won.  The globalists believed there was no most struggle and that it made little difference with we made microchips or potato chips. … Continue reading

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Patience In Action

I suppose that every creative thinker knows this.  Maybe we all do? Patience In Action by Michael Romani Rodin says that patience is action I do believe I see this satisfaction No matter what direction that I turn It’s there … Continue reading

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A Gentle Heart At Christmas

The message of Christmas is one that is amply brought to mind by the life lived by the Nikolas who became a bishop and the touted as saint watched the stories of his saintly life turn into the legendary Santa … Continue reading

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Snow Bound (Through Your Eyes)

Seeing the world of winter in a new light: Snow Bound (Through Your Eyes) by Michael Romani The powdery white of this winter bright Paints my heart with a new kind of light Like new love refined and profound It’s … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: We Are Empowered To Transform Hurts and Wants Into Living Wisdom

“We all have the power to change our story, transforming past hurts and wants into the living wisdom they are.” – Mags MacKean      

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Not Conformed, But, Transformed

Based in part on Romans 12:2: Not Conformed, But, Transformed by Michael Romani In thankfulness, we live our prayer With gratitude for God being there Laying our burdens down to rest We live our love to the very best Keeping a … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Propaganda Infused On Children Is Difficult To Uproot

“Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.”  – Lenin        

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