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The Purpose of Repentance, Pt. 1

“Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”~~Dr. Seuss

Today’s word of the day, from Word Think, is antipathy, “A deep-seated feeling of dislike; aversion.” “’His antipathy for first wife dates back to his divorce.’” 430 more words



On several occasions,
I’ve spent recess alone,
Been chosen last in gym class,
And been the victim of pointed index fingers
And malicious laughter.
Now, every time someone laughs with me, 55 more words


That terrible evil of our times

If a person looks back in a more unselfish way to what he has experienced in childhood, youth, etc. — according to the age he has reached — there emerges as if out of the gray depths of the spirit various persons who have had something to do with his life in all sorts of relationships. 433 more words


If I give a child moral precepts I make morality distasteful, disgusting, to him

This is of enormous importance in its application to moral education: if we give the child definite precepts in conceptual form, we oblige him to come to morality in the form of ideas, and then antipathy arises; man’s inner organism sets itself against abstract moral precepts or commandments, it opposes them. 153 more words


Alabama Chief Justice Judge Roy Moore Inducted Into the National Hall of Injustice

Rational Press (RP) – Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore is today’s winner of the Legion of Dishonor Award for his open defiance of Constitutional law; specifically for his history of disregard for, or his ignorance of the intent of the Establishment Clause of the 1st Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and of the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment. 348 more words

Acts Of The Ignoble

Montreal coach Dick Irvin called it the Series of the Deflected Puck, which sounds like a string of mysteries that Agatha Christie should have written. This was in the spring of 1945, back when Leafs and Canadiens used to play in Stanley Cup semi-finals. 344 more words