THE MOTHER'S HAND.A wandering orphan child was I— Meanly, at the best, attired;For oh ! my mother scarce could buy The common food each week required;But when the anxious day had fled. It seemed to be her dearest joy,To press her pale hand on my head,And pray that God would guide her boy.More each winter, Stern suffering … Continue reading Poetry: The Mother’s Hand
From my alma mater, they have a literary magazine as well, The Bellevue. They have a study guide of how to approach the mag as well. This one at least is still in circulation. Lots of old pubs to read.
This writing journal can be downloaded for free. That's always nice and it's called War, Literature and the Arts. The following blurb is from their site at the time, October 5, 2012. It seems it has not been updated, so I guess we can forget this one. Well if you want to read what they … Continue reading WAR, Literature and Art, the literary mag
King Filip-Phillippe putting down the hoi polloi one child at a timeThe Belgian King, shown right, signed into law, this past February 2014, the use of euthanasia to persons under 18 years of age and those patients suffering from dementia, writes The Washington Post. Belgium is the only country in the world, to legalize taking the … Continue reading Belgium’s King passes euthanization of children bill
Kissinger, President Nixon, Veep Ford1971 Each success only buys an admission ticket to a more difficult problem.” Dr. HENRY ALFRED KISSINGERUnited States Secretary of State,Nobel Peace Prize Winner,Author, Sergeant, US Army(born, Germany, May 27th 1923-)
9 Let love be without dissimulation. Abhor that which is evil; cleave to that which is good. Romans xii:9 This was the Bible quote of the day from Heartlight . I liked it. So what does it mean? Some research yielded this: Without dissimulation to … Continue reading TEN Steps to Goodness