St Patrick’s Day
St. Patrick is the Patron Saint for the Irish Catholics. Blue was the colour associated with Saint Patrick. Now green has taken over as the years went by and its association with Saint Patrick’s day prevails. As early as the 17th century green ribbons and shamrocks were worn in celebration of St Patrick’s Day .
The Patron Saint was said to have used the shamrock, the three-leaf plant, to explain the Trinity to pagan Irish. The wearing and display of shamrocks and shamrock-inspired designs have become an accepted and looked for feature of the day. [Read more…]
Does it matter whether you can see the results of your handiwork or not? If the story of Johnny Appleseed is to be believed and let’s just say we do, then everything he did, he walked away from, knowing full well that he would not see the results of his toil.
It takes strength of resolve and a determined heart to do things without seeing first hand the product of what we have worked so hard to accomplish. [Read more…]
Dear Baba Rumcake,
Eating food is Satanic!
Life feeding on life, no matter plant or animal. Living things murdering other living things so that they might live. From the smallest bacteria to livestock and vegetables, the ritual sacrifice of the food you eat. This is Satan’s world, and if you eat food, you give him power from your evil deeds and sacrifices involved with eating food.
Avoiding food stuffs [Read more…]
If you could bring one fictional character to life for a day, who would you choose?
Jane Eyre was the first person that occurred to me. I want to meet that woman. I want to say hello and shake hands and thank her for the hours of pleasure, joy and rapture that her character brought me to every time I have read that book. [Read more…]