Tag Archives: Wisdom

Fields of Kindness

As this season of thankfulness and gratitude begin, I am examining thoughts about intention, kindness and even picking up a book tomorrow morning about having humility in discussions to increase peacefulness and argue less when dealing with others who have … Continue reading

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Given To the Fire

Halloween Poem #24: Given To the Fire by Michael Romani Gazing on the precious cross Given to the fire with a toss One soul stood itself alone But, oh so, very lost and alone As if her heart were suddenly … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Get Wisdom and With All Thy Getting Get Understanding

“Wisdom is the principal thing; Therefore get wisdom. And in all your getting, get understanding.”  Proverbs 4:7 (KJV)    

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Carnegie

Across the United States, one man’s wealth is responsible for the building not hundreds but thousands of libraries. Carnegie by Michael Romani In the annals of American history Andrew Carnegie bequested his legacy As a force of Gilded Age philanthropy … Continue reading

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Dream Space

Broken hearts kinda byte… Dream Space by Michael Romani There’s a dream space Deep within the flame And it holds your name A moment that I embrace Thinking on your name Holier than my shame The happiness that I once … Continue reading

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Fades Away

Life leaves us all, eventually… or, do we really transform into something else? Time will tell. Fades Away by Michael Romani Being somewhat civilized I kept my discontents to myself More probably cause I realized I’d find my better answers … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Silence Is the First Stone of Wisdom’s Temple

“If you’re asked: What is the silence? Respond: It is the first stone of the Wisdom’s temple.” – Pythagoras    

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First Principles: Honesty Is the First Chapter In the Book of Wisdom

“Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom.” – Thomas Jefferson      

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Seeking Wisdom

Sometimes it seems hard to find wisdom in these times we live in. Seeking Wisdom by Michael Romani In this day of the endless age We find our best truth isn’t from the sages But, as we still seek out … 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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