Monthly Archives: October 2016

Lana

More than gold and more than fame, The mindful soul which here is whole, All set to ride her venture’s horse In straight-backed pride on learning’s course, To leap each fence of challenge true And round the bend to all … Continue reading

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The Next New City

Wherever men have gone seeking freedom they have carried with them the source of their own destruction—in five words: a place to worship freely. For that means a place to practice—preach, teach and regard as sacred, as necessary to human … Continue reading

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Schools and Society

The main difference between socialist countries and semi-capitalist countries is this: in socialist countries the poor have no hope, no future, no opportunity and starvation is always just a day away, but no one complains about capitalism; in semi-capitalist countries … Continue reading

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Hail Columbus!

Columbus followed judgment—his, And sailed the “flat” world ’round. This life of ours was made by his And we give thanks profound. He dared the seas—the dare was his! His courage led the way. Let us send back a “Hail!” … Continue reading

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Pot of Gold

In the fabulous days when fair leaves were all falling, In the reign of their colorful rainbows of life, I was everywhere shouting, your name of fame calling, O Mistress of Singing, won’t you be my wife? Then I stopped … Continue reading

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The Glow

Now the babe suckles teat Of his mother so sweet While the wind through the forest does roar, And his eyelids are pressed On his mother’s soft breast While large snowflakes do lisp at the door, She but smiles on … Continue reading

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It Is Right

In my willing to will And to do what I do I’m the start-up of me And no product of you. And that is good, it is noble, it is right. From beginning to end Of my self-guiding flight I’m … Continue reading

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