*In the midst of the storm, I have learned to stay afloat. I use the energy of mine enemies as the devices to keep me above the rapidly rising waters.
* In the midst of the storm I learn to keep dry. I use the hot air of envy and thate of mind enemies to warm my we body.
*In the midst of the storm I stay on the straight road. I use the evil stares of mine enemies to guide my path to righteous deeds that I may never lose light, energy and focus.
*In the midst of my storm, I thank mine enemeis for giving me so many tools to utilize my struggles.
*Without you, mine... Read More
I missed one morning of not journaling and feeling guilty as hell! But, I’m back at it, thank God! A small voice from within me, whispers, “This is a test -- do all that you’ve agreed to do.” “I will, I will,” I cried! I promised myself then, to do that for myself every day and I’ve kept that one promised made many years ago.
I had a dream one night a few months ago about a white car; it was traveling in reverse, up an incline. Alongside the hill stood a female observer who kept repeating the words, “interesting, interesting…” There was a spiritual lesson in this for me but I... Read More
Black History Month began as a week long celebration in 1926 initiated by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, Historian, Author, and Journalist to acknowledge the contributions of a race largely ignored in this country. The observance showcased as a scholarly event to reveal to the country the gifts given by African Americans and uncovered the versatility, creativity, and ingenious of a race up to that particular period in the nation had been ignored. By 1976 it evolved into a month long process and has showcased film screenings, musical events, story telling, art displays, a vast array of public speakers,... Read More
North America - In Toronto on Wednesday The Dalai Lama finished his Western tour with a public lecture on World Unity, calling the concept of war "outdated". He called into expample the current relationship between Germany and France, who were once hostile enemies. "I always tell people the concept of war is outdated," he said. "On a global level, affection, sense of respect, a friendly attitude, considering people as brothers and sisters...that is the basis of genuine peace." In his observances the he said that in Europe NATO headquarters should move to Moscow, and "Russia should be brought... Read More
The best of da Vinci's genius is not his paintings as art. Yes the art is exquisite, world class when viewed as art but what he put within and even more importantly outside the frame of the art is quickly becoming recognized by more and more people world-wide, as the proof of his absolute all time world class genius. The art techniques he developed were cutting edge, seminal and unique, never before seen brush less masterpieces; but even these revolutionary techniques and artistic quality pale when compared to the intellectual encryptions the master scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor,... Read More
We are all in awe of his probing mind, scribbling out notes and sketches of inventions which cause us to view him as a man not only "before his time" but as a man with the insight to project what was to come hundreds of years in the future. While society was just emerging from the dark ages into the renaissance, DaVinci was foreseeing and inventing, and in his mind living a future several ages beyond his own. Questions aboundâ: ho was Leonardo da Vinci really? Was he a "Renaissance Nostradamus"? A seer? A man with the uncanny insight to predict the inventions to come, or was he just a mere... Read More
The DaVinci project has been under way since 2005 with hundreds of "Pictures within Pictures." We are in the process of building a comprehensive documentary presenting these extraordinary findings. Leonardo da Vinci, "Pictures Within Pictures ", Outside the box, outside the frame: an intimate and divine truth hidden for centuries at last unveiled in the Mona Lisa, and yes, in other of Leonardo's works including his first recorded drawing, the Landscape of the Arno Valley and his masterpiece, The Virgin and Child with St. Anne and the infant St. John the Baptist, "the Last Supper" and others... Read More
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The world we live in currently, one would be very hard pressed to experience rational peace and genuine freedom. "Peace", is a rare and almost extinct commodity. It is a shadow in the memory of humanity, a mere moment in the blink of an eye that we seldom...
Nice piece Credo as usual. You mention in context at the end "for fear of making war with the Gods." The keystone of peace lies crumbling,simply because the 'Gods of war' reign supreme despite race, religion,etc. Hypothetically if religion didn't exist...
I have serious doubts about the reality of Christ, but I have no doubt that if he existed, he did not look the way as the image commonly depicted in the U S and the rest of the West does. As the early Christians made war on pagan civilizations and cultures,...