Maybe it’s all the water … the rains and floods … that got me thinking about this again. Here’s a […]
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Freedom and Philadelphia
Images of Freedom, not all the typical ones, from Philadelphia.
“Invoke: to call upon; cite or appeal to (someone or something) as an authority for an action or in support […]
Somehow 50 years have gone by since the Moon Landing. A truly amazing event in human history. Now it seems […]
Question of the Day
Maybe I’ll make this an ongoing series … I wonder: Since we hear so much from our Pious Preacher Politicians […]
Found a visitor praying on our deck today. I stopped to pray with them. The prayer had no words … […]
Do You Have a Motto?
Motto: “a short sentence or phrase chosen as encapsulating the beliefs or ideals guiding an individual, family, or institution.” ORIGIN: […]
A Voice from the Clouds?
If there ever was a voice from the clouds (up there or out there somewhere) I’m guessing it might say […]
Freedom and Independence (just words?)
Some neighbors are “celebrating” July 4th with small bombs and gunshots. Others are flying enough flags to wrap the Statue […]