Pages tagged with Honor

A self promotional page of the author's mind, artwork and some literary pieces in response to being selected as "Author of the Day". The feat can be daunting but also rewarding.
In the half-century that I have been around I have come to the conclusion that it is imperative for me to live a Godly life. I want to please my Lord and Savior and I want to be gracious as I grow older. As I have been thinking about what it takes to get to living such a live I want...
This article talks about respect, and how respect should be earned, never demanded from others. Every one of us is capable of respect by respecting others as we respect ourselves.
The closer one is, the easier it is to hurt or be hurt. One should always avoid harming another but with closer relationships caution should be far greater
This brief adaptation of Psalm 23 from the Message Bible shows clearly that Our Heavenly Father, Creator of the universe, wants to live in us, guarding and guiding us along our journeys ~ according to the purpose and plan He specifically designed.
It was God that created he first institution of marriage. Many Christians view marriage as sacred. The Bible has high views on marriage and so does many Christians. It is a lifetime plan and not a convenience. Christians view marriage as an honor and to remain faithful to one another....
Lensey Namioka is a Chinese-American author of books for children and young adults. Her stories shed light on living with one unbound foot on two cultural shores. This article reviews two of her books, Ties That Bind, Ties That Break and April and the Dragon Lady.
Why we fight for our country! As soldiers, we have pledged to defend, even to our deaths, this country!
Yes another year of Independence to my island Barbados
Indian national flag is a tricolor horizontal rectangular bar, on top saffron, in mid white and at bottom green with a twenty four spokes wheel at center.
An Expressive Tribute to every freedom achieved and fought for a relieved life that exists today.
A reality memoir of the ancestors heritage in their building of the nation, and their search and maintaining of freedom.
We often forget how we received our flag and sometimes we need to be reminded at what cost our flag came to us.
Review of this past week's National Police Week 2013 activities held in Washington, D.C. Various events involving police-related factions, such as the Police Unity Tour group of cops who bicycle 250 miles to D.C. in commemoration of fallen law enforcement officers and raise money in t...
The news is not good when it comes to human behavior. We need to fix some basic problems in how we treat one another. Here are a few ideas about what to do.
A personal poem about the struggle to success and the strong feeling to be great in life. So you get off of your knees and stand tall on your weakend legs.
Writing Knight's April PAD Challenge Day 4 write a poem on Humility.
Many years later, I am not proud of myself, but at the time, I was eleven years old, and to me, this was just the funniest thing. My little friends and I laughed all the way home.
The Samurai warriors have deep codes of conduct and live their lives with strict disciplines.
This is a personal experience I had when one of the cows died in a small herd of cattle we had in a pasture near my home. It was incredible to watch the scene unfold and the respect shown the old leader of their herd.
This poem reaches into the mind and heart of all mankind, explaining why we continue to fight for what we believe in. It allows you to take a moment and think...what do YOU stand for?
November PAD Challenge Day 2- Write a full moon poem or with the symbol of it.
In politics, there is always the ping-pong back-and-forth of "what he said" and "what the other he said he said." Even when listening directly, it is difficult to make sense out of the verbal bantering.
April Poem A Day Challenge Day 15. Write a poem using the following words: Slash, button, mask, strap, and balloon.
Inspired by after seeing some people comment back and forth about two women and their weight one person's picture was Marilyn Monroe and I was thinking how we worry too much sometimes about certain issues in our lives.
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