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Be blessed


Nobody’s going to do your life for you.

You have to do it yourself, whether you’re rich or poor, out of money or raking it in, the beneficiary of ridiculous fortune or terrible injustice.

And you have to do it no matter what is true.

No matter what is hard.

No matter what unjust, sad, sucky things befall you.

Self-pity is a dead-end road.

You choose to drive down it.

It’s up to you to decide to stay parked there or to turn around and drive out!

I’m on your side

I will lay me down

I will comfort you

I will lay me down

Like a bridge over troubled waters

All your dreams are on there way


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No Debating


It’s interesting that in so many of our relationships, whether with our spouses and children, coworkers, or business partners, we begin with the same goals.

We want to love each other, to raise great kids, and to be successful.

But sooner or later, we get in conflict because we differ in our personalities and perspectives.

We do want to have our way and win.

We have to be the right one.

Too often we fail to ask ourselves whether it’s worth the toll that it takes on our marriage, our children, or our job.

I talked with a beautiful young friend who told me, “I have a really strong personality, and I get such a great feeling to be the right one and win arguments”.

Then she paused. “But I’m realizing it’s slowly ruining my marriage and negatively changing the atmosphere in our home”.

He was fortunate to realize this when he did.

If you have to win every argument, you’ll devastate your spouse.

If you have to be right all the time, you’re making others, including your children, feel wrong.

It’s too costly.

The apostle Paul has a word for all of us today: “If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone” -; Romans 12 verse 18. He also says, “Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace” – Ephesians 4 verse 3.

If we’re going to achieve unity, we have to take the initiative to do what it takes to make the peace.

We have to learn how to reconcile our differences and honour God.

It’s about unity, and the only way we’re going to find unity is through the bonds of peace.

Unity doesn’t mean we’re all going to agree on everything.

We have different opinions and different ways of doing things.

So we have to learn the way of peace that’s going to bind us together.

When you know that you’re about to have a difficult conversation, you can draw the line in the sand and say, “I’m not going to step over this line into strife and division.

I’m going to make peace”.

Sometimes during a conversation, you have to say, “God, it doesn’t have to go my way, and I can let them be right.

There are more ways than just my way.

This isn’t the way I would do it, but I’m going to zip it up because I’m going to keep the unity through the bond of peace.

I’m not going to fight for my way.

I leave this in Your hands”. That peace will bind us together!

Famous Poets

A Wall Flower – Amy Levy


I lounge in the doorway and languish in vain While Tom, Dick and Harry are dancing with Jane

My spirit rises to the music’s beat;

There is a leaden fiend lurks in my feet!

To move unto your motion,

Love, were sweet.

Somewhere, I think, some other where, not here,

In other ages, on another sphere,

I danced with you, and you with me, my dear.

In perfect motion did our bodies sway,

To perfect music that was heard alway;

Woe’s me, that am so dull of foot to-day!

To move unto your motion, Love, were sweet; My spirit rises to the music’s beat

But, ah, the leaden demon in my feet! ~ A Wall Flower – Amy Levy

Story Teller

Imponderables – ponder on these imponderables for a minute:


1. If you take an Oriental person and spin him around several times, does he become disoriented?

2. If people from Poland are called Poles, why aren’t people from Holland called Holes?

 3. Do infants enjoy infancy as much as some adults enjoy adultery?

 4. If a pig loses its voice, is it disgruntled?


 5. If love is blind, why is lingerie so popular?

 6. Why is the man who invests all your money called a broker?

 7. When cheese gets its picture taken, what does it say?

 8. Why is a person who plays the piano called a pianist but a person who drives a racing car not called a racist?

 9. Why are a wise man and a wise guy opposite?

 10. Why do overlook and oversee mean opposite things?

 11. Why isn’t the number 11 pronounced onety one?

12. “I am” is reportedly the shortest sentence in the English language. Could it be that “I do” is the longest sentence?

13. If lawyers are disbarred and clergymen defrocked, doesn’t it follow that electricians can be delighted, musicians denoted, cowboys deranged, models deposed, tree surgeons debarked, and dry cleaners  depressed?

14. What hair colour do they put on the driver’s licences of bald men?


15. I thought about how mothers feed their babies with tiny little spoons and forks so I wondered what do Chinese mothers use? Toothpicks?

 16. Why do they put pictures of criminals up in the Post Office? What are we supposed to do, write to them? Why don’t they just put their pictures on the postage stamps so the postmen can look for them while they deliver the mail?

17. You never really learn to swear until you learn to drive.

18. No one ever says, “It’s only a game” when their team is winning.

19. Ever wonder about those people who spend $2.00 apiece on those  little bottles of Evian water? Try spelling Evian backwards: NAIVE

20. Isn’t making a smoking section in a restaurant like making a peeing section in a swimming pool?

23. If 4 out of 5 people SUFFER from diarrhoea, does that mean that one person  enjoys it?

 As usual, there is a great woman behind every idiot.


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“For a small amount of perspective at this moment, imagine you were born in 1900. When you are 14, World War I starts, and ends on your 18th birthday with 22 million people killed. Later in the year, a Spanish Flu epidemic hits the planet and runs until you are 20. Fifty million people die from it in those two years. Yes, 50 million.

When you’re 29, the Great Depression begins. Unemployment hits 25%, global GDP drops 27%. That runs until you are 33. The country nearly collapses along with the world economy. When you turn 39, World War II starts. You aren’t even over the hill yet.

When you’re 41, the United States is fully pulled into WWII. Between your 39th and 45th birthday, 75 million people perish in the war and the Holocaust kills six million. At 52, the Korean War starts and five million perish.

At 64 the Vietnam War begins, and it doesn’t end for many years. Four million people die in that conflict. Approaching your 62nd birthday you have the Cuban Missile Crisis, a tipping point in the Cold War. Life on our planet, as we know it, could well have ended. Great leaders prevented that from happening.

As you turn 75, the Vietnam War finally ends. Think of everyone on the planet born in 1900. How do you survive all of that? A kid in 1985 didn’t think their 85 year old grandparent understood how hard school was. Yet those grandparents (and now great grandparents) survived through everything listed above.

Perspective is an amazing art. Let’s try and keep things in perspective. Let’s be smart, help each other out, and we will get through all of this. In the history of the world, there has never been a storm that lasted. This too, shall pass.”

Photo by Lewis Hine

World History




1314 will be ingrained in the minds and souls of every scot for all time as a turning point in Scotlands chaotic history and continuing to inspire us that no matter the odds you can succeed against the odds..

On the 23rd of June 1314 the English army commanded by King Edward II arrives at Bannockburn to relieve the English Garrison at Stirling Castle

King Robert having fewer numbers and less skilled fighters had perfected a new style of combat using Strategy and tactics rather than overwhelming numbers.
Having arrived earlier Bruce surveyed the land and selected the Battlefield to benefit Bruce’s own men
They fortified their positions by creating ditches to curtail the use of a heavy calvary charge and instead bottle neck them to all the scots Schiltroms the advantage

Most medieval battles were short lasting only a few hours Bannockburn was a big exception as it lasted two days overall

On the first day of Battle
two English cavalry formations advanced. The first was commanded by the Earl of Gloucester and by the Earl of Hereford They encountered a body of Scots led by Robert the Bruce. Bruce and Henry de Bohun, nephew of the Earl of Hereford, faced off in what became a celebrated instance of single combat.
Bohun like many English didn’t like being in Scotland and wished the situation would be dealt with quickly allowing him to return home to his blessed lifestyle as a young Jousting star sitting upon his spied the Bruce talking his men seeing his chance to end this quickly he charged at Bruce.
Little did De Bohun know the Bruce was also a skilled jouster and, when the two passed side by side, Bruce split Bohun’s head with his axe

It is said the upon returning to his own men bruce stated

“Did you see the men… The bastard broke my favourite axe”

as he held up the broken shaft of his axe the head of which either remained lodged in De Bohun’s skull or left upon the battle field

The second English cavalry force was commanded by Robert Clifford and Henry de Beaumont. Their forces included Sir Thomas de Grey of Heaton, father of the chronicler Thomas Grey. The younger Grey described the battle:

Robert Lord de Clifford and Henry de Beaumont, with three hundred men-at-arms, made a circuit upon the other side of the wood towards the castle, keeping the open ground. Thomas Randolph, 1st Earl of Moray, Robert de Brus’s nephew, who was leader of the Scottish advanced guard, hearing that his uncle had repulsed the advanced guard of the English on the other side of the wood, thought that he must have his share, and issuing from the wood with his division marched across the open ground towards the two afore-named lords.

Sir Henry de Beaumont called to his men: “Let us wait a little; let them come on; give them room”.

“Sir,” said Sir Thomas Gray, “I doubt that whatever you give them now, they will have all too soon”.

“Very well” exclaimed the said Henry, “if you are afraid, be off”.

“Sir,” answered the said Thomas, “it is not from fear that I shall fly this day.”

So saying, he spurred in between Beaumont and Sir William Deyncourt and charged into the thick of the enemy. William was killed, Thomas was taken prisoner, his horse being killed on the pikes, and he himself carried off with the Scots on foot when they marched off, having utterly routed the squadron of the said two lords. Some of the English fled to the castle, others to the king’s army, which having already left the road through the wood had debouched upon a plain near the water of Forth beyond Bannockburn, an evil, deep, wet marsh, where the said English army unharnessed and remained all night, having sadly lost confidence and being too much disaffected by the events of the day.

— Sir Thomas Grey, Scalacronica,

Image by the late talented @Andrew Hillhouse

J Jay Samuel Davis

This-was “UNCLE DIETER” from-Germany! And, eventually, Dieter wed, My Sweet-Aunt, on-my-mother’s-side: MARGERY, an Opera Star!


Background :
A call came from-my-cousin,* to-say, “My Father’s dead!”
This-was “UNCLE DIETER” from-Germany! And, eventually, Dieter wed,
My Sweet-Aunt, on-my-mother’s-side: MARGERY, an Opera Star!
Uncle Dieter-TEDE was in the shipping business; he flourished, going far,
With-a-superb demeanor, and-three cele-brated off-spring:
Kirsten, Nikola and Karl! I really-think BELLS should ring!**

“BELLS FOR UNCLE DIETER (TEDE)!” a poem 1 Aug 2019 (Thursday)
As-a-youngster, He was-“dislocated” with-his-family, during war;* He-eventually came-over to The-Americas,* and he-was looking for: A fresh, new start and-he-was determined-to-succeed, And Uncle Dieter, as he often did, was the one to take the lead! He established Marine Chartering, a worldwide enterprise,
He married my Aunt Margery, and their family was a prize!
Bright and capable, talented and kind!
Although-now-these-family-“heads”-have-passed, they-will-not, from-my-mind:

For instance, I remember playing Scrabble, with these 2 Giants-of-Intellect,
And learning grace and humility – and commanding others’ respect!
They were Pillars of The(ir) Community****, St. Francis would be proud,
Loving one another – and modest in a crowd!
Well, years-did-pass! He-retired-from-shipping-and-began-to pro-duce wine,
For many glorious seasons, we’ve-received Fruit of The Vine,
And, through it all, My Uncle Dieter – helped all things to grow,
And I-loved his German heritage – and his accent would always show!
And to the end He spoke – with dignity and passion,
And, as his nephew, I’m so glad – this-poem I-was-allowed to “fashion,”
To help to peal The Bells for an Uncle, who-set “the bar” for me,

To strive for excellence and to-be kind – and to-[always} show: HU-MIL-I-TY!


And if some tears are here-upon this-note, you- all should know,
I didn’t tell him near enough, that-I-really loved him so! 🙂 – Auf Wiedersehen!

  • – Nikola Tede, a medical doctor (California Pacific Medical Center) She lives in Muir Beach, Calif. and called this afternoon. I hadn’t heard from her in years.

  • ** – At sea, the bell is used to signal the presence of important persons.

  • *** – close to World War II, The Tede Family was held captive in their East German home by Russian Communists; after their release (many years later) Dieter Tede bought back his childhood home!

  • **** – He first landed in South America, but would settle in San Francisco, California.


  • * –

Men and women suffer from Domestic Violence

Stand up to Domestic Violence it is a violation of Human Rights

J Jay Samuel Davis

Suffer more to Suffer Less ~


“SUFFER MORE TO SUFFER LESS.” a poem for Monday: December 2, 2019.

We suffer much needlessly, I OFTEN do think,

As we suffer”OVERthinking;” (So, where’s) “THE STINK?” (pause)

It may ONLY be lodged in our obsessive, little minds;

We’re even CONCERNED about [The State of] OUR BEhinds,

When there’s NOTmuch around to be concerned about,

We tendToNeedTo “INFLATE,” to satisfy our cravings and doubt;


Perhaps this Christmas let’s practice Peace instead of running wild spending money
When our World craves PEACE

Like a bullet shot into the dining room; Then, for safety, we canScurry,

Into THE STUDY, where we’ve studied long,

To develop problems, soWeCanManageSolutions. Isn’t THIS WRONG?

To be: PRE occupied over things that really don’t matter?

OF COURSE NOT (LOL) Humans MUSTsuffer, eg.: “We’re FATTER,

Than we ought to be,” OR “The Color of This Dress is SIMPLY WRONG FOR ME,”

OR “There is a certain level of scum in the toilet bowl,

That CAN NOT BE TOLERATED,” So, we make it our goal,

To DEVELOP PRODUCTS that can kill and TOTALLYdisinfect,

Scour and clean AND MAKE simplyPER FECT,

Even with minute, unchangeable factors in our lives; * we MUST suffer ’til we realize:

There are no toilets (or sanitary systems) in many places OVER THERE;

& Some People are imprisoned &/or haveNOclothes; therefore, they’reTHIN & bare,

So, they really aren’t focused on: getting their buttocks to surgically “flair,”

OR “harping” upon things thatTheyGetSoWorkedUpAbout [that] theyMUSTcare.

Well, thanks to our “suffering” the toilet bowl products polluted all the water;

NOW, that’s something to SUFFER about, and Isn’t The Earth getting hotter?

But, of course, that’s something natural? so don’t be concerned, That the more we pollute, the more we get burned. That the more that we alter our bodies and soil,

The deeper we’re digging our graves, but don’t toil. Take long vacations; cruise on Holiday Lines, That travel the DIRTYoceans, betraying theSigns, OFmodern conveniences; it’s our GODgivenRIGHT to eradicate seals &killSnowLEOPARDS overnight. We’re a complicated blend of: “I hurt; I repair.”

Of: LET’S MAKE THINGS BETTER; so, my skin I shall tear, to make room for “enhancements” in my lips, boobs and butt. We bring suffering upon ourselves, with each little cut. And, when Santa comesAtChristmas thisYEAR, for a change: Let’s FORGET ABOUT PRESENTS & simply exchange, APOLOGETIC smiles and say: “Things are JUST FINE.” Acceptance.Not struggling. It’s humanE. maybeDIVINE.


Moral: “When things have been taken (far away) from any turmoil or mess,


So, sometimes you gotta suffer more (of what suffering’s really about),

Before you can SUFFER LESS.



Australia ~ Tasmania Weather Stations


J Jay Samuel Davis

Kindness ~


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