Religion

LEGACY OF LOVE

It’s true; although our families weren’t featured in the latest Fortune 500’s Financial News, We kids were rich in ways that many might not see as a prestigious or an affluent view. Our parents infused love into our lives, strength in nurture, confidence we could measure; Captain Marvel Secret Code …

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THE PERILOUS JOURNEY TOWARDS LOVE

PREFACE: This poem is published to honor each birth mother who wants a better life for her baby, than she can provide; so, she appreciatively embraces Adoption’s Answer. She leaves a precious legacy, when she stands fast and protects, with love, courage and true dignity, her own child’s safety, future, …

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HONORED VETERANS

Veteran Airforce Pilot

He was a well-decorated veteran, a charming old man of 93 Who was on his last legs, yet extremely happy; a true mystery. He could have cried and said, “Oh, my life’s hard, poor me!” Instead, he smiled broadly and said, “HOWDY!” and ‘WHOOPEE!” His daughter was so proud of …

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HEALTH CARE HEROES

Health Care Workers

“I can be whatever I want to be,” we’ve all been told, It has always been the most inspiring expression! Yet, even so, sometimes loving and talented people, Reflect upon their lives, so dedicated and true, Wondering, “Was this what I was supposed to do?” Instead of personal glory and …

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The Shoe Man

Appearances

My alarm went off It was Sunday again. I was sleepy and tired My one day to sleep in. But the guilt I would feel The rest of the day Would have been too much So I’d go and I’d pray. I showered and shaved I adjusted my tie. I …

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Good Won’t Get You There

Golden gates of Heaven

By Freda H. Babinski I’m standing there in front of gates like none I’ve ever found They shine like golden ribbons as they glide across the ground I see the stairs that never end how brilliantly they glow I start to climb and realize there’s nothing down below Then suddenly …

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On The Third Day

— by Margaret Wideyke As pale streaks of coral openThe closed, dark, nighttime skies,Two women trudge the dusty roadThat leads to the place where He lies. Bring burial spices, they enter,Subdued by all that happened before.As they near the tomb they rememberThe rock that blocks the door. But when they …

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It’s In The Valleys I Grow

By Jane Eggleston  Sometimes life seems hard to bear,Full of sorrow, trouble and woeIt’s then I have to rememberThat it’s in the valleys I grow.  If I always stayed on the mountain topAnd never experienced pain,I would never appreciate God’s loveAnd would be living in vain.  I have so much …

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St. Patrick’s Breastplate

St. Patrick’s BreastplateÔÇ¿  
… also known as the “Lorica of St. Patrick” and sometimes “The Deer Cry.” ÔÇ¿ÔÇ¿It is attributed to St. Patrick and lore has it that reciting this prayer protected him when he ventured to visit the Pagan King of Ireland. Assassins were ready for an ambush, but as Patrick said the prayer it seemed to the enemies that a herd of deer were going by.

ÔÇ¿ÔÇ¿Recite this prayer in the morning and you are ready to face the world.

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