Serenity Prayer

Reinhold Niebuhr (born on 21 June 1892) was an American theologian famous for his studies on the possibility of relating the Christian faith to the realities of modern politics and diplomacy. In his “Letter from Birmingham Jail” Martin Luther King Jr., who claimed he had been more influenced by Niebuhr’s social and ethical ideals than… Read More Serenity Prayer

Acrostico 🔤

🄿 🄰 🄲 🄴 Questa settimana Eletta Senso – Inchiostronerodenso – ha suggerito un acrostico sulla parola Pace.Ecco la mia proposta. Se volete, aggiungete le vostre creazioni nei commenti Piange e rabbrividisce il creatoAll’orrore che un tiranno assassinoCausa in un paese violatoE al nostro fratello ucraino. Stefano – meetusalem PatriaAmoreCuoreEroico Paolina – amareilmare PregateAngeli tutti,… Read More Acrostico 🔤


“War does not determine who is right, only who is left.” (Bertrand Russell) The saying has also been attributed to other famous people including Andrew Carnegie or Winston Churchill, and it comes in a few variants: • “The atom bomb will never determine who is right — only who is left.”• “War never decides who… Read More War

Winds of War

“The cause of war is preparation for war.” So said W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois (American civil rights activist, sociologist, educator, and writer) born on this day, Febuary 23, 1868. He wrote this in his literary work “Darkwater” published in 1920 referring to World War 1, and added: “… and of all that Europe… Read More Winds of War