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This is the Day

Every where I turn there seems to be the message of the importance of the now, of the immediacy of the present choices.

I know I still miss a large percentage of the opportunities but I feel if I keep proclaiming this truth in all the ways I can see it… 93 more words

THE SPIRIT ATLAS. In Memoriam Seamus Heaney (1939-2013)

Diego Sorba, Sivizzano di Traversetolo (Parma, Italy)/ Sunday, September 1st 2013.

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The right finger slides smooth as a wood planer

From Donnybrook Church up to the Border and Northwards, 84 more words

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Again

As the Lenten into Easter Journey begins again this week and I take this time to reflect and be renewed in my life. I enter in with this thought, that it is not about journeying to repentance but it is a journey to discover a lover who has been waiting for us , who gave his all for love of us. 101 more words

The Tenth Circle of Hell

Dante seemed to be quite compassionate about some of the denizens of Hell: he pitied the fate of Paolo and Francesca, for instance, although he did not dispute that they were in the right place.   170 more words

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