Tag Archives: Unity

What Is Art?

I was sitting on a swing in a virtual world and thinking on how beautiful the build was that had been designed to evoke and memorialize my dead family members and close friends who had died before their time and … Continue reading

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Webster’s Calling

At one time, Noah Webster called for a unifying national language of American English.  On learning that the English were buying his dictionary, he decided instead it was a better thing to recognize that English is English with more in … Continue reading

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Clockwork Integration

Lately, I have been thinking a little on the healing processes.  Combined with modern age philosophy, it’s giving me pause and cause to think. Clockwork Integration by Michael Romani A little boy unfairly afflicted Who could have really predicted That … Continue reading

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The Truth of the Present

It’s so easy to believe these are the bad ole days as modern day snake oil salesmen tell us of how horrible things are and that they’re bound to get worse.   But is that true?  Or, is the doom … Continue reading

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First Principles: A Key Duty of the Executive Is To Promote Unity

“The ingredients which constitute energy in the Executive are, first, unity…” – Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Paper, Number 70    

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One

All life began from one cell.  Sometimes cells mutate in less than desirable ways. One by Michael Romani A cell Four and a half billon years ago A cell Divided into two Then as though compelled And having nowhere else … Continue reading

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Points of Consideration

Tonight on election eve, it seems we have some things to think about in the US.  This is how my side sees it.  It wouldn’t be my side if I didn’t tend to agree, ya know? Points of Consideration by … Continue reading

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Splintering Healed

Splintering Healed by Michael Romani From Peter to Paul We take in it all celebrating an Octave Of sacred Christian unity That we might have The linked arms of you and me Leading to Holy Pentecost A holy procession for … Continue reading

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First Principles: The Ruin of Many Nations Comes Through Unjust Favoritism

“History affords us many instances of the ruin of states, by the prosecution of measures ill suited to the temper and genius of their people. The ordaining of laws in favor of one part of the nation, to the prejudice … Continue reading

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First Principles: A House Divided Will Not Long Stand

“Then join hand in hand, brave Americans all! By uniting we stand, by dividing we fall.” – John Dickinson, in The Liberty Song (1768) America needs to take heed of these words and soon.    The Left seems bent to destroying … Continue reading

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