Who is Free? Wolf wanders to and fro searching food for pack. Eagle flies above his prey searching for moment right. Man wanders like the wolf looking for his next claim. Who among the three is fullest in outward strength? Which one has the most Inner fortitude to compete? What honor is bestowed to each […]Read More Who is Free?
I was thinking about the word honor and how we as individuals view it. Wikipedia states honour (American spelling honor) is an abstract concept entailing a perceived quality of worthiness and respectability that affects both the social standing and the self-evaluation of an individual or institution such as a family, school, regiment or nation.I felt honor even […]Read More Honor and What It Means
Dance of Trust The sun rises as does my love for thee.Machinations wander the valley pathway.What is our purpose together? Apart?Thou lead and I follow until the sun’sabandonment gives way to the moon.Random thoughts impede me as darknessdiminishes my vision beyond today. Arise my love to sun’s daybreak rejoicing.Begin anew thy journey’s full purpose.I follow […]Read More Dance of Trust
Just Imagine Just imagine a world full of peace. No wars, no terrorists, no bombings or shooting. No violence of any kind against man, beast, or nature. Just imagine the world like this. Is it possible? Not as long as the world is run by Satan and Evil. But just imagine it. Peaceful leaders, peaceful […]Read More Just Imagine
Butterflies in Grandmother’s Garden 8-year-old Katy wanted to catch butterflies. She had a net and a plastic jar to store the butterflies in. She entered her grandmother’s garden where she knew she would find many specimens to catch. She saw a white butterfly close to her grasp. As she swung her net, the butterfly flew […]Read More Butterflies in Grandmother’s Garden
” I have a dream…” Today is the anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. April 4th 1968. He was two years younger than me being born in 1953. He truly was a great man striving to bring equal rights to all people including the African Americans living then and today. If you […]Read More A White Woman’s Thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr. and Rights