To make a comparison between “Talking Therapy” and the Catholic Sacrament of Confession, both begin with talking to a trained person about negative thoughts and feelings to make positive changes. One is free while the other has a fee, and rightly a good therapist deserves their compensation. The priest on the other-hand is accustomed to… Continue reading Talking Therapy vs Catholic Confession
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Imagine a world where entitled professional victims Defiantly process through the streets Destroying people’s property monuments and statues With the excuse of fighting against imaginary racism At the gates of each town they place A Trojan horse, filled with filthy rabid rats And poisonous Satanic demons and monsters…
Found this in my email today, just passing it along to interested readers here. “Get more targeted traffic from social media? A deep dive to find all the patterns in social media influencers. One thing that stuck out was they were all using a smart bio link. You see most social media platforms limit you to… Continue reading My REPOST of the week on Targeted Traffic HOW TO
Life, something, anything living Do you see, there up high? Alive a plant, water it, care for it It lives! Its soul is mortal, not like mine; My soul lives forever! Someday my plant Will die! Yet, I will live … but where?
A big thank you to Fandango for the provocative questions, I needed something to think about today! Fandango questions for today are below along with my comeback! Best sandwich? Ham with lettuce, tomatoes and ranch dressing! What’s one thing you own that you really should throw out? My failed artwork! What is the scariest animal?… Continue reading The Provocative
Cosmic Photo Challenge Today the challenge is the color green; below is my participation, a photo I took while wandering around my yard one day. Doesn’t it remind you of the Blessed Trinity, it does me!
Congratulations to me; May First begins my Birthday season. I will soon be 81 years old, which means, according to the Bible, you should be nice to the elderly and widows, of which I am both. A fun challenge today is the color RUBY; see my participation. To join in click HERE!
A Halo! A Favorite white rose, living now, a flower! Combine that thought with mystery of today; hidden, a secret of the rosary! The Coronation! Imagine the Mother of God forever crowned as Queen; no! Not … a crown made with yellow gold; we call precious metal. Think —a sweet fragrance saturating the air with… Continue reading A Haibun of Perpetual Flowers with Haiku
My parade of poems is based and inspired by The Baltimore Catechism. Catholics born before the Modern changes in the Vatican (approx. 1960) will remember learning their catechism from these text books. One day not very long ago, (last week) I was thinking of the Haiku, a form of poetry that is popular here on… Continue reading My Parade of Poems — Vintage Baltimore Catechism
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Source: Niamh Harris Thousands of protestors flooded the streets of London on Saturday to protest the elite’s ongoing attempts to restrict the freedom of millions of citizens. Holding signs reading “Freedom is non-negotiable” and “No health passports,” the protestors flooded the nations capital on Saturday. Billed by its organizers as the?“biggest street party London…
This is what it’s all ABOUT! God gives us our heart’s desire, so be careful what you desire. Dream or nightmare Heaven or Hell whatever the message is clear and it happened to me. One of those dreams you can’t forget; unlike others, you can’t remember. As a young girl, and… Continue reading The About Page
FOREVER AND Why is it that forever has no end? The Divine Mysteries, when looking deeply into these holy events, we experience the super with the natural and arrive at the Supernatural. A love based on doctrinal principles. The meditations and prayers are both Biblical, and Apostolic; is it any wonder it’s a masterpiece of expression… Continue reading The Mystery of …