“Power always thinks . . . that it is doing God’s service when it is violating all his laws.”
John Adams, Letter to Jefferson, 1816
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Travel to the Land of My Dreams.
Here’s a book that’s got it all—love, loss, romance, rivalry, hope, betrayal, faith, uncertainty, the list goes on an on. In her debut novel, Land of My Dreams, Norma Gail superbly delivers a passionate, intriguing romance in magnificiently beautiful settings.
Be prepared to be transported from the amazing high desert mountains of New Mexico to the breathtaking misty Scottish Highlands. I fell in love with this book before I even started reading it! read more…
Today’s culture is obsessed with the paranormal. The truth is, it’s not just “today’s culture” that’s fascinated with the supernatural. All cultures throughout time have been drawn to the unseen world. It’s all around us. I’m particularly intrigued with the Civil War era, and I have been for as long as I can remember. I’ve grown up in the South and can’t stay away from the old cotton plantations and antebellum mansions. read more…
I wanted to share with you some AWESOME advice from my friend, Trina Bresser Matous, who is our featured guest blogger today. I personally needed to read this post today because my procrastination, my “tendency to not be early” and my inability to say “no” cause me TREMENDOUS STRESS. read more…
I say it’s Providence.
Here’s something I never learned in school, although it’s right there in black and white for the entire world to see: the American Revolutionary War ended when Divine Providence intervened and made the King of Great Britain and the United States of America willing to “forget all past misunderstandings and differences” and to live in peace. King George acknowledged as much.
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In Australia, they are called Aborigines, in Canada, First Nations, and in the United States, they are called Native Americans. All these people have one thing in common. They are indigenous to the country they live in. That means they were here first. Not that it matters much today…obviously. It’s just that you’d think in this age of multicultural awareness and political correctness, when we are trying so hard to be sensitive to and accepting of the differences among people, we would pay more attention to the culture within our own culture. But it still gets mostly ignored. That is until something like what happened this month in Wyoming occurs.
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