Posted 4 years ago on July 31, 2013, 5:30 p.m. EST by shadz69
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One Day Like This ...
By Tom Feeley
[July 12, 2012, http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/ ] :-
Each day I cull the web in search of facts that I can share with you (The 99%), so that we can better understand the world we live in and the people we share it with.
Together we have pulled the curtains and viewed the very worst of human behaviour. We have witnessed great tragedy, shared in the suffering of our fellows in Afghanistan, Iraq and everywhere the hand of our Empire touches. Sometimes, it is easy to forget that behind all that misery is a world where love lives.
A simple world where each of us wants to share the very best of ourselves with others and wash away the pain and suffering that appears inevitable as we walk through this life.
Sadly, this world of sharing can be no more. Censorship has devastated our ranks. Once a great site, this place has now been taken over by the Democrat shill team. They use profanity, attack all newcomers, and ban old time respected users. Their mission is to kill all the remain users here. They want to destroy this site, and Occupy with it. Don't let the Twinkle Team take you down! They are paid shills.
Let us share it with others and help them to understand that another world is possible, a world in which we and our children can distribute the joy that life makes possible. Let us commit to being better people, not just in our thought but in our actions. Let us commit to building a world based on compassion, dignity and justice for ourselves and all who inhabit this planet.
Today I want to share two items with you, that help me better appreciate how fortunate I am to wake each morning. The first is "One day like this", by 'Elbow' (from Bury, Greater Manchester / Lancashire, UK) and the second is "Desiderata" posted below :
In closing I am reminded of the following ---
One day an old Native American grandfather was talking to his grandson. He said, “There are two wolves fighting inside all of us – the wolf of fear and hate, and the wolf of love and peace.“
The grandson listened, then looked up at his grandfather and asked, “Which one will win ?”
The grandfather replied, “The one we feed” ...
Peace and Joy
Tom Feeley (ICH)