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Dreamin' What To Write....aside from the Pray and good night. Smile. Rose/ishallwrite, 2010


10 Tips New Article Wrtiers Need to Know

July 8, 2010
10 Things New Article Writers Need to Know

I have had my first time.  It was as if I couldn’t explain why I was very happy seeing my name in print.  I guess I was on top of all; it was success for me!
I didn’t know why Miss Manuela Perez Samson ( a respectable editor of a women’s magazine)  liked it.  I thank God a hundred times (literally) for this gift of words.
Here are 10 Tips for New Article Writers
Supply readers with fresh and original ideas.  This means you are the expert in what you are writing.
What’s your job?  You can write a lot about your work and share the basics of it.  Bear in mind the saying “Jack of all trades, master of none.”  It’s good to know the basics of many things, but then you must at least be a “master/expert of one line.”
Allow yourself to be corrected by the editor, and be open for suggestions.
The editor knows well his/her publication.  He knows his market and readers.  You must trust your editor.
Submit articles/manuscripts  bef…

Mary: Mother of Jesus and Coredemptrix

Friday, July 9, 2010
MARY:  Mother of Jesus and Coredemptrix

Mary or “Maria” is the mother of Jesus Christ (The Holy Bible, Matthew 1:18-25).  She was the chosen one of God to be the wife of   Joseph.  But when she was still a Virgin she became pregnant by the Holy Spirit.  Her deep faith, trust and obedience in God are the strength for people of all ages.
As our parents have borne us, Mary raised and nursed Jesus.  She plays a pivotal role in the life of the churches as she is called/celebrated a Virgin, the Mother of God, the Immaculate Conception and the Assumption into heaven. Her simple life is a model of virtues.
At Fatima in Portugal, she appeared to children, thus “Our Lady of Fatima.” 
The Rosary (as adopted by Eastern Christian monks in the 3rd century), especially the Catholic rosary that is a set of meditative prayers using beads, shows the episodes in Christ’s life.  It is composed of the four mysteries that include “the Joyful Mysteries, the Sorrowful Mysteries, the Gloriou…

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