Monthly Archives: July 2012

Confession on Love – What true love means to me?

Out of Africa (film)

Out of Africa (film) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is what love means to me in context of a significant other (lover, girlfriend, spouse).

Its a man heart that speaks here.

Love diminishes our intellect and heightens our senses. I speak from experience. 🙂

Love makes you do all those things in life you have never done, never thought of doing or would never want to do for anyone. Yes, love does make you do things that you HATE the most in life, and you do it with a smile on your face and sincerity in your heart for that very special person.

When you are truly in love your mind shuts down, you go against all your principles and beliefs.

When you truly love her. You can smell her, taste her, feel her, hear her heart beat, you can listen to her cries and to her soul, and feel her presence all around you no no matter where you go, and much much more…even when she is far away from you or  long gone…never to return. Perhaps, that’s why they say “Love can drive you to madness”.

Love is eternal, it has no end just as our Universe.

Author ~

The Book List – Part 1

The Book List – Part 1.

This is one of the most informative blogs I have read in a long time. Keep it up & all the very best in your endeavors. ~ Author


The Top Ten Tuesday theme this week at The Broke and the Bookish is “Top Ten Books For People Who Like X Book (Pick a book and pick 10 readalikes)”. I’m having a tough time finding a book that lends itself to the challenge, so I decided to broaden it a bit.

Top Ten Non-Fiction Books for Novel Lovers

Until I went to college, I considered non-fiction to be insanely dull. Why would you read about history or sociology or ugh science when there are so many fantastic novels just waiting to be devoured? I never imagined that non-fiction could hold a candle to fiction when it came to characters or drama.

How wrong I was. The first non-fiction book I fell into was The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson (which I wrote about in this Top Ten Tuesday post). Twists! Intrigue! Murder most foul! And…

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India’s Hidden Plague – HIV/AIDS

Please, copy and paste the link below to watch a heart wrenching documentary. The abject poverty, misery and suffering of people infected with HIV in India. Ashley Judd, the Hollywood actress has done a fantastic job.

Ashley, thanks a million. ~ Author –

Judd, as YouthAIDS Global Ambassador, speaks a...

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What Grace Has Become

May God Bless his soul. Amen!

Resting in His Grace

Recent posts submitted by some of the skilled writers at WordPress (much unlike this dabbler) reminded me of a friend long since visited. His name is Dietrich Bonhoeffer and he resides in my personal library (you may think that’s a funny place for someone to live, but my wife believes I live there also). While I shelve and cherish a number of his works, it is in my opinion that “The Cost of Discipleship” ranks among the greatest of contributions to the Christian faith that has been offered by men.

It is in this work of course where Bonhoeffer contrasts cheap grace and costly grace (among others). His obvious intent is to bring his readers to the conclusion that authentic discipleship is fundamental for every believer in Jesus Christ. Early in his work, he pole vaults his readers through the history of the Church (briefly), describing how we are ever a…

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Only hard working fools pay taxes, while Romney gets to hide his millions in Switzerland, Cayman Island & Bermuda. Off shore banking Mecca for drug smugglers, crooks, thieves, politicians from around the world and unscrupulous people who actively cheat their countries, citizens and governments, by hiding their illegally accumulated wealth.

Mighty Mitt is truly a patriot for taking care of his own country, pay no taxes, evade taxes with the help of like minded lawyers, tax consultants and bankers.




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“The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children.”

Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“The ultimate test of a moral society is the kind of world that it leaves to its children.”
~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Herr Dietrich Bonhoeffer was born on February 4, 1906 in Germany. He was a Lutheran pastor, theologian and an anti-nazi. His views and beliefs of the role of the Christian religion in a secular world has influenced many around the world. He also opposed Nazism and upon learning about the brutal and heinous crimes committed by the Nazis, he concluded that “the ultimate question for a responsible man to ask is not how he is to extricate himself heroically from the affair, but how the coming generation shall continue to live”.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer was one of the few church leaders who stood in courageous opposition to Adolf Hitler and his Nazi ideology, political, social and race policies.

Pastor Bonhoeffer was imprisoned at Konzentrationslager FlossenbĂĽrg (Flossenburg concentration camp in the region of Bavaria in Germany). He was condemned to death on April 8, 1945 for his anti-Nazi views and for his involvement in the conspiracy to kill Adolf Hitler. The following day, he was stripped of his clothing and led naked into the execution yard, where he was hanged from a thin wire. Pastor Bonhoeffer breathed his last on April 9, 1945.

The camp doctor who witnessed the execution wrote: “I saw Pastor Bonhoeffer… kneeling on the floor praying fervently to God. I was most deeply moved by the way this lovable man prayed, so devout and so certain that God heard his prayer. At the place of execution, he again said a short prayer and then climbed the few steps to the gallows, brave and composed. His death ensued after a few seconds. In the almost fifty years that I worked as a doctor, I have hardly ever seen a man die so entirely submissive to the will of God.”

Excellent book ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer: A Biography by Eberhard Bethge.

20th anniversary of the assassination against ...

20th anniversary of the assassination against Adolf Hitler on July 20th 1944 :*Graphics by Gerd und E. Aretz :*Ausgabepreis: 20 Pfennig :*First Day of Issue / Erstausgabetag: 20. Juli 1964 :*Michel-Katalog-Nr: 433 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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