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Success in the New Age

What does thriving in the information age mean? What does thriving mean? We all want to thrive, don’t we? Of course we do. We want more than surviving. Let us live life to the fullest by understanding 4 simple ideas: … Continue reading

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The Boondock Saints Prayer: The Family Prayer

The Boondock Saints Prayer a.k.a. the Family prayer:  And Shepherds we shall be For thee, my Lord, for thee. Power hath descended forth from Thy hand Originally posted 2011-11-23 19:26:44. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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The Ideal of a Leisure State G. K. Chesterton

 Originally Published in the The Illustrated London News, March 21, 1925 Among the strange and rather stiff antics of the rather antiquated art of party journalism is the duty laid upon the good party man of trying to disagree with … Continue reading

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Ethics is the Study of Righteousness

Ethics is the field of study about what is right or wrong to desire, will and enact, as humans. What is righteousness? This is the question.  Or in other words, ethics is the study of what outward and inward behavior … Continue reading

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A Defence of Humility by G.K. Chesterton

The act of defending any of the cardinal virtues has to-day all the exhilaration of a vice. Moral truisms have been so much disputed that they have begun to sparkle like so many brilliant paradoxes. And especially (in this age of … Continue reading

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Philosophy for the Schoolroom by G.K. Chesterton

Daily News, June 22, 1907 (quoted in Maycock, pp. 91-93) What modern people want to be made to understand is simply that all argument begins with an assumption; that is, with something that you do not doubt. You can, of course, … Continue reading

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Negative and Positive Morality by G. K. Chesterton

A vast amount of nonsense is talked against negative and destructive things. The silliest sort of progressive complains of negative morality, and compares it unfavorably with positive morality. The silliest sort of conservative complains of destructive reform and compares it … Continue reading

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Guide To A Better Prayer Life

Prayer takes time, and as with every good habit, prayer requires consistence and persistence. Here are 9 points that may improve your understanding of prayer. Originally posted 2011-10-16 10:28:37. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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How to Be a Hypocrite For Life Pt I by Vere Ilith

Author: Vere Ilith If you want to successfully become a hypocrite for life, here is part I of a hypocrite guide with some useful hints. It takes a lot of hard work and focus to become a hypocrite because lacking … Continue reading

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Government and the Rights of Man G. K. Chesterton

Originally Published in the Illustrated London News, July 30, 1921 I could never see why a man who is not free to open his mouth to drink should be free to open it to talk. Talking does far more direct … Continue reading

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