Daily Archives: May 5, 2018

Dante’s PURGATORY, Canto 22: “YOU CANNOT EAT THIS FRUIT, AND YOU CANNOT DRINK THIS WATER”

https://pixabay.com/en/apple-fruit-fruits-red-tree-1666113/ *** “YOU CANNOT EAT THIS FRUIT, AND YOU CANNOT DRINK THIS WATER” *** How odd: Toward the top The tree branches grow wider. Water falls on tree. *** NOTE: Dante, Virgil, and Statius climb to the sixth story of … Continue reading

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David Bruce: Animals Anecdotes

Don and Janet Burleson have a farm in North Carolina, and they noticed that their pet miniature horse, Twinky, had the gentleness and patience of guide dogs that are used to help blind people. Therefore, they decided to see if … Continue reading

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NOTES on Konstantin Kolenda (1923-1991): Reality and God

Christians and Jews believe in a personal God; however, some religions and some people do not believe in a personal God. (A personal God is a God we can communicate with — a God who is aware of what we … Continue reading

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