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Wednesday, 30 March 2016

A Serenity Prayer, to the Higher Power


May a higher power grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change;
full realisation; the only thing I  can change is myself
my errant thinking.
Courage to change the things I can;
and wisdom to know the difference.

Living one day at a time.
Enjoying one moment at a time; as it may well be my last.
Accepting hardships
They are the only pathway to peace.
 Doing, taking, as Nature, the Creator asks,
in this sinful world; in all the realms;
as they do exist, not as I would have them.

Trusting that Nature alone can or will;
 make all things right;
if I surrender envisioned entitlements.
That I may be reasonably happy in this round life;
supremely happy with whatever is next.

Or, when I find myself in times of trouble
speaking words of wisdom, let dear Nature come
and in my hour of darkness, stand right beside me;
so I hear these words of wisdom, let it be.

Before I let any aspect  or belief in life control me,
Let that life be ended;let it be.

And when the broken-hearted people,
living in the world agree; there will be an answer;
for though they may be parted,
there is still a chance that they will see.

There will be an answer, so it be.

If it be in your plan, so be it
.~~Al (Alex-Alexander) D. Girvan.


Saturday, 26 March 2016

Knowledge Speaks, but Wisdom Listens.


You don’t have to keep flashing those words all the time.
You have to forget about what other people say,
When you’re supposed to die,
 When  or whom, you’re supposed to love.

You have to forget about all these things.
When the power of love overcomes;
The love of power;
 The world will know peace.

To be with the others.
You have to have your hair short and wear ties.
We’re trying to make a third world happen,
 You, know what I mean?

The story of life, quicker the blink of an eye,
The story of love is hello, goodbye.
I’ve been imitated so well;
 I’ve heard people copy my mistakes.


Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.
~~~Al (Alex-Alexander) D Girvan.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Nature the Creator 2

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“Son of God” Creator, Holy Spirit, Redeemer, Sustainer of life. Here an image of persons three, Of the Trinity.

Image result for holy trinity
Christians are continually, 
and forever claiming,
God so loved the world,
That he gave his only begotten son,
Jesus Christ.

“Son of God” Creator, Holy Spirit, Redeemer,
 Sustainer of life.
Here an image of persons three,
Of the Trinity.

Father , Son, Holly Spirit represented by,
Two white men and a bird.

How can they then explain,
For God so loved the world that;
He gave not anything,
While causing pain and suffering.

Always commanding, demanding, taking,
In case you were wondering,
Christ is the one with the  cross.
It be so. So it be. 
~Al (Alex-Alexander) D Girvan

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Nature -The Creator

is confined to neither earth or heaven.Nature has no mere mortal or heavenly image, is neither male or female mother or father. Nature exists, as a part of in every one, every thing  on earth, in any hell, even if man made, and in every heaven everywhere. If you want laws; or a system which works; you must follow those that Nature wrote. The one commandment =
Respect.

Sunday, 13 December 2015

Frank Sinatra; A Century of Doing it- His Way.



The Original (1953) Pearl Harbour Movie; From Here to Eternity  won eight Academy Awards out of 13 nominations, including for Picture, Best Director (Fred Zinnemann. “In its day, the film was startling - in part because it got made (everyone had warned that the James Jones novel was too dirty)," writes David Thomson in New Republic. “In addition, the film was boldly cast: Deborah Kerr is a surprise as the disillusioned wife, Karen; Burt Lancaster is subtle as Sgt. Warden; Clift is Clift; and then there was Frank Sinatra, who knew MAGGIO  was his title shot and wasn’t going to let it get away.” Today, it’s Donna Reed who makes the deepest impression. As Thomson points out, her “LORENE” is a wreck and a true portrait from life as well as the film’s best forecast of what was going to happen to honour and decency in America when this necessary war was over.”