Tag Archives: Wisdom

Tumbleweed Connection

Based in part on The Epistle to the Philippians 3:7-14: Tumbleweed Connection by Michael Romani You only have this life to live For its worse and what it might give But each of us lives each day One at a … Continue reading

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Secular Ideal

To hear the communists and socialists tell it the 20th Century must have been the advent of civilization as they and the secularists strove to drive God out of the public square and it was sheer coincidence that it was … Continue reading

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Tapestry of Change and Joy

Based in part on 2 Cor.: Tapestry of Change and Joy by Michael Romani Praising our Lord and God in song and dance Loving the happenstance of our second chance Our God of second chances always there and willing To … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Goodness Without Wisdom Always Accomplishes Evil

“Goodness without wisdom always accomplished evil.” – Robert A. Heinlein (1907-1988)      

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Who Do You Say That I am?

Based in part on Matthew 15:16: Who Do You Say That I Am? by Michael Romani Sometimes stigmatized by the visual Here in this age of consuming digital I see what my eyes choose to see Wondering if it’s with … 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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Free Expression Heeded

The world we meet and grow in should be one in which free thought leads to free expression.  Some will be good.  Some will be bad.  But, each thought should be allowed it’s space to be experienced and grown from.  … Continue reading

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First Principles: Without Freedom of Thought There Can Be No Wisdom

“Without freedom of thought there can be no such thing as wisdom; and no such thing as public liberty, without freedom of speech.” – Benjamin Franklin (1722)    

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An Informational Confession

The old adage is that information is power.  In today’s reiteration of perhaps too, too much information out there, I believe it’s time we modify this.  Clarity is power. An Informational Confession by Michael Romani Here then in this present … Continue reading

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Samson VIII

Continuing in an effort to put a version of the Samson and Delilah story from the Book of Judges into verse, I present Part VIII.  Perhaps, I should have made this shorter? Samson (VIII) by Michael Romani Amidst un-princely questions of … Continue reading

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