April 23 is St George's Day in England, but all is not well in "England's green and pleasant land"
April the 23rd is St George's Day here in England. A day to celebrate everything English, and to acknowledge the Patron Saint of our country..but how did it all begin? Let me take you to a distant land of Dragons and Knights in shining armour, and fair damsels in distress..
Five thousand years of male dominated religion, culture, politics and economics has left the world in a mess. It is time to eliminate and move past that prevailing paradigm.
The need of the hour is a change in our lifestyle and focus on the right priorities. Whatever progress we make in scientific and technological fields will prove of little value if we do not have the basic for a fulfilling life - Peace of Mind. That requires an awareness of what motiva...
Veterans Day, observed on 11 November, has a great significance in life. It is quite different from other holidays. It should be an occasion to teach the growing generations the value of freedom and how the veterans of the country dedicated their lives to protect the human freedom.
Millions of patriots excitedly embraced martyrdom for India’s freedom. But, who are misusing it now?
Danny Boyd could not have staged a more spectacular, diverse and touching opening ceremony. It was a fitting tribute to everything that makes Britain great, and 27 million people world-wide were thoroughly entertained.
There are consequences when a generation has everything handed to them on a silver platter. There are consequences when God is forgotten.
~come flyin’ around the corner~ridin’ your bad-ass machine~there’s a government plan~an eighteen wheeler u-turning~you twist your head~to tell your Harley baby goodbye~white line~white linin’~ hundred dollar bill~never know what happened next~
After the tragedy of September 11th 2001 I read a story in the local newspaper. It was about an elderly woman that made a quilt with all red white and blues ... She auctioned it off and the money went to help the families of first responders that had been killed... I was so inspired ...
Is the United States or any other nation today in a covenant relationship with God? What is the standing of the U.S.A. as a nation before God?
We all must have faith in something, and most especially we need to believe in ourselves.
Acrostic: " a composition usually in verse in which sets of letters (as the initial or final letters of the lines) taken in order form a word or phrase or a regular sequence of letters of the alphabet. A short story, in which each paragraph starts with a letter and these letters them...
Some rules and etiquette on how to properly display the American Flag, a symbol of our country and considered a living thing.
Patriotism separates us at a time we should be drawing together. Let's forget about patriotism.
Independence Day is a happy occasion that everyone in a country celebrates with great joy. Every human being wants to be independent. The spirit of patriotism makes the Independence Day more meaningful.
Independence Day is a happy occasion to celebrate the political freedom of a country. The United States of America celebrates the Independence Day of July 4, every year. It is interesting to know the traditions and customs of these celebrations.
Do you remember when the National Anthem was played every day on television and at every cinema screening?
Here below some witnesses of the beginning of the World War II. Not ordinary, not so pleasant for the Soviet...but truth and real.
I saw him on Memorial Day. He paced from Ian to Ian, this man no one could save, whose soldier's sin was still to be living with father and son in their graves.
This is a patriotic song that I wrote about America.
This is the 2nd part to the 'Propaganda Within Everything' Series.
Here is a collection of my personal favorite quotes regarding patriotism.
In this short article I present a poem by Rupert Brooke (1887-1915) about the First World War. Brooke was a young man unaware of the "awfulness" of the war, showing a very "Romantic" view of reality. But the reality is worse than ever. Rupert Brooke died in war in 1915.
What we have we take for granted, but nothing is real till it’s gone … like freedom! Imagine what your life would have been like in social, cultural, and religious captivity… if you were born before Independence.