Tag: Discovery

  • Words-Peter’s Quote for The Day.

    Words-Peter’s Quote for The Day.

    Feature Brett Jordan Upsplash.com Mind Your Words. I learned to use words with sensitivity. Ancient scripture says, “The tongue has the power of life and death…” namely, what I say, has long term effects which I can never take back. The result is, I never engage my tongue without my sensitivity being in gear. I […]

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  • Peter’s Quote for the Day – You Define Yourself.

    Peter’s Quote for the Day – You Define Yourself.

    Feature Photo by https://unsplash.com/@chela_bonky? You, Define Yourself. What was the biggest discovery in my life? It was when I realized I did not have to define my character from others or events in my past. The many wrongful, unfair, and sometimes, downright hurtful events that took place in my life. I stood up and made […]

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  • A Tailor’s Shoppe

    Per chance, there was a day, when as I went, I espied, that there were a tailor’s shoppe along the way. Surely, I cried, this is the place that I should seek, to have those changes to my attire that I wish to make. Yet, many a day did go by, that I passed that […]

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  • Saint Pinard

        Saint Pinard I recall some years ago a conversation I had with a French family, concerning my origins. At the time it raised much mirth among them resulting in the only member of the family, who could speak English, confiding in me. “Peter” he said, “This name, Pinard is a beet of a […]

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  • The Gravy Train

    The Gravy Train

    You and I are living in one of the most exciting ages in history. Do you agree with this statement and does it excite you? This is the age of discovery – discovery in almost every dimension of our daily lives. Science, anthropology, the human mind, medicine, human behavioral science, earth and environmental science, mechanical […]

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  • A Tailor’s Shoppe

    The butterfly greeted the caterpillar, “Come let us fly”, warily the caterpillar replied, “Alas, I cannot fly, for I am a caterpillar”. “Hast a caterpillar wings”? The butterfly mocked. ”Of a truth you are no longer a caterpillar, but rather a butterfly. Come, let us fly…”

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  • The Science of Success

    The Science of Success

    Wallace D Wattles – 1860–1911 A Book Review Who should read this book? I rather like the way the author himself suggests who should read these pages: “This book is practical, not philosophical; a practical manual, not a treatise upon theories. It is intended for men and woman whose most pressing need is money; who […]

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  • Illusions – The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah

    Illusions – The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah

    The glorious best Seller by Richard Bach. -Book Review- What are you? If you a dreamer who believes their dreams are coming true at any moment. If you have smelled the dew drenched open fields of corn and hay in the early morning. If you enjoy lying on your back, looking up at a gazillion […]

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  • A Tailor’s Shoppe

    Per chance, there was a day, when as I went, I espied, that there were a tailor’s shoppe along the way. Surely, I cried, this is the place that I should seek, to have those changes to my attire that I wish to make.

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  • Saint Pinard

        Saint Pinard I recall some years ago a conversation I had with a French family, concerning my origins. At the time it raised much mirth among them resulting in the only member of the family, who could speak English, confiding in me. “Peter” he said, “This name, Pinard is a beet of a […]

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