Month: December 2010
“No arsenal, or no weapon in the arsenals of the world, is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.” Ronald Reagan
Speaking of will and moral courage, New Year’s resolutions have fallen into infamy, and for good reason. They usually consist of some counter-intuitive activity which is expected to kick in after the crazed Holiday indulgences which begin sometime in mid-September as Halloween candy starts to amass on the shelves of supermarkets everywhere. We expect that some magic will infuse us on January 2nd, with a resolve to completely reverse ingrained habits that we have been nourishing, literally, for months, maybe the entire year. So New Year’s resolutions are going the way of the 8-track tape, BetaMax videos, and Rosie O’Donnell, into the heap of rejected pop-culture fixtures.
I seem to always have my pointy nose poked into some kind of material that requires eyesight and the ability to track visually left to right.
I am totally, yes totally, dependent upon The Lord for all that I have, and all that I want to become.
The attempt by the Democrats in Congress to pass the Dream Act is PC engineered to favor the population who is incorrigibly criminal; illegal aliens and their illegal children.
There is a spiritual cost to those who never know the satisfaction of self-reliance or of passing the tests of adversity.
The photograph in the Christmas exhibit is of the crucified Jesus Christ, bloodied and covered in outsized black ants.