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Magnanimity - "Great-Souled"

My categories are fairly intuitive, but I think Magnanimity requires some explanation.

The word, magnanimous, comes from the latin “magna,” meaning great or big and “animus,” meaning soul or spirit.   245 more words


Beautiful Changes - The Plan

I am starting this blog with a rather vague goal in mind: I want to change certain aspects of myself, but I lack willpower! Hence the blog. 502 more words


What Is Better Than Being a Victim?

Who wants to be a victim?

Well, a lot of people apparently. It’s been quite the fad. If you are concerned about falling behind on this trend, don’t worry: anyone can be a victim. 602 more words

Conservative Youth

Rags to Riches

A luxury car came and stopped with a stony creek by a popcorn seller.  Mr. Roy lifting his glasses to his forehead slowly alighted from his car. 1,425 more words


What We Could Do

We’ll all be dead someday. I’m pretty sure about that.

What I’m not sure about is what to do with the time we have before we’re all dead. 379 more words

Mohammed: Most Generous And Merciful Person In The Annals Of Mankind

Today I picked up a book sitting on my friend’s kitchen table. It was a biography of Mohammed entitled ‘The Life Of Mohammed’ by Abdul Ahmed Siddique. 494 more words


Feast of Saint John Bosco (31 January 2017) 

Today, January 31, is the last day of the month.  Let us thank God for the blessings and graces he has showered upon us during this month that ends today, and reconsecrate ourselves to his glory and honor for all the days of our future. 520 more words

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