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Thought For the Day: Language Is Not An Abstract Construction of the Learned, Or of Dictionary Makers, But Is Something Arising Out of…Long Generations of Humanity

“Language is not an abstract construction of the learned, or of dictionary makers, but is something arising out of the work, needs, ties, joys, affections, tastes, of long generations of humanity, and has its bases broad and low, close to … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: If the Vaccines Work, Why Insist That Inoculated People Need To Be Masked?

“If the vaccines work, why insist that inoculated people need to be masked?” – Anonymously Just About Every Rational Person Who Follows Real Science….

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Thought For the Day: Just As Appetite Comes By Eating So Work Brings Inspiration

“Just as appetite comes by eating so work brings inspiration.” – Igor Stravinsky, composer (1882-1971)

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Thought For the Day: Just As Appetite Comes By Eating So Work Brings Inspiration

“Just as appetite comes by eating so work brings inspiration.” -Igor Stravinsky, composer (17 Jun 1882-1971)

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A Little Bit of Empathy

A Little Bit of Empathyby Michael DoyleThe relationship is about youAnd then again, it’s about meIt’s about our step into divinityDo we love our God flawlessly?It’s about the work yet to be doneIt’s about God’s love poured out to everyoneLet’s … Continue reading

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Climbing the Relationship Ladder

Climbing the Relationship Ladderby Michael DoyleWe say hello to initiateHoping that we might appreciateEnough at this first impressionThat it might lead to accessionPressing on simply to exploreCrossing that boundary to something moreWe work at reducing the uncertaintyThough certainly there is … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The True Work of Art Is But A Shadow of the Divine Perfection

“The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection.” – Michelangelo on the unveiling of his iconic “David” statue in Florence, Italy, September 8, 1504

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Thought For the Day: The Only Place Success Comes Before Work Is In the Dictionary

“The only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.” – Vince Lombardi, former Green Bay Packers coach      

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On Understanding Children’s Literature

A wisely crafted tale invites its reader or listener, young and old, to inquire what good might be learned from the tale. On Understanding Children’s Literature by Michael Doyle The stories we have heard from childhood Are the classics of … Continue reading

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