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Angels For You


Wikipedia Online: The League Of Nations On Human Rights, Labor Rights

TheInternational Labour Organizationwas formed in 1919 as part of theLeague of Nationsto protect worker's rights. The ILO later became incorporated into theUnited Nations. The UN itself backed workers rights by incorporating several into two articles of theUnited Nations Declaration of Human Rights. These read: [edit]Article 23Everyone has the right to work, to freechoiceof employment, to just and favorable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.Everyone, without any discrimination, has the right to equal pay for equal work.Everyone who works has the right to just and favorable remuneration ensuring for himself and his family an existence worthy of humandignity, and supplemented, if necessary, by other means of social protection.Everyone has the right to form and to join trade unions for the protection of his interests.[1][edit]Article 24Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay.The…

St. Hannibal, pray for us. Send O Lord, holy workers into Your church. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, we trust in You. Mama Mary, pray for us.


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Encounters With Nothingness

Everything and nothing is God. I am not a philosopher. I am neither into word play, let intrusion be pardoned. But then, truth and the freedom of choices and beliefs, if for all good and all love must reign. I refute those who themselves say "There is no God," because there is God whether one likes it or not. There is God in everything. There is God in nothing. The proof is all around the marvelous creations of the Divine Omnipotent, death then salvation. See the world. Study history. Feel art. Breathe now.

Texts written, researches conducted, culture lived from time to time, and the modern life link with each other at certain points of evolution and growth. Here, in the 21st century, the Holy Spirit of God even touches closely in the advancement of technology.

Eliot's "Hollow Man," Hemingway's "A Clean, Well-Lighted Place," and Sherwood Anderson's "A Story-Teller's Story," among others, are expressions about life. These are scho…

On March 11, 2012. Nothing But You

Dear God, We Hold Nothing But You

Monday, March 14,2011

Lord, we hold nothing, but You.

In all the burdens that press us down

We hold nothing, but You.

In all the agony of our hearts

We hold nothing, but You.

When we’re crushed down to the ground

We hold nothing, but You.

Because we are imperfect

Because we are filled with pride

Because we are short with love

Because we doubt you

Because we divide,

When we’re blinded with insecurities

And selfishness

Let us grip on you tightly for renewal.

Let your hand brush the curse

Nature has laid upon us

Let your tongue speak the words of power

From heaven

Let Your heart be our hearts

Filled deeply with love and peace.

We hold nothing, but You.

We are crushed because of each other

We doubt because we are weak

Let us love each other, show mercy

And kindness to each other

So we could build the earth, again.

We pray for minds filled with wisdom

With wills strong in obedience to you

With hands full of mercy

With eyes, the beauty of your face.

Be wi…

On Writing And More: How To Narrate Your Own Life

Truth is the one way out.

A. However you want to please others, it will only last for a few minutes or only when you have money and are up there.

Life is never constant. It continues to turn. Time breeds life and death. The earth will surely grow old, and until whence, no one can tell.

One sure thing in life is living it with meaning. Every new day is an achievement. Every new breath is a triumph over trials. Every new day is unexpected fate and a bonus gift from the Creator. And whether one likes it or not, the flesh has its end.

However, faith in a Creator, gives people the hope that everything will turn out right because the human race is God's own. In whatever state of life one is built, entails a responsibility to one another. To be happy, life must be lived courageously, truthfully and with charity.

The Holy Spirit guides the heart.

Wisdom and lessons come to the humble. Some don't learn enough because they learn everything too soon.

How far have the peoples gone? What…

On March 3: What Color Is A Martyr's Blood?

God has fine choices.

Mere human words are not enough to describe the beauty of his creations, and that is why humans glory in hard labor (Eliot about writing), like art to express how beautiful God's creations are.

Colors of the rainbow, the types of rain, the shifting phases of the moon and man (the beloved of God) glow in different shades of God's fine art. Man's races and tribes show different colors of skin: black, brown, white, or mullato, among others.

God, in his awe, find ways to manifest his concern and love for us, mortals. Therefore, in this grace of understanding comes special and ordinary ways, or in the holiest of man's holy hours of communion in prayer, his heart, his soul, every beat of plasma and platelet, are revealed man's real shade and color.

What color is a martyr's blood?

How does man, seriously flawed in some ways, achieve secular sainthood?

In one essay of Alden Whitman (journalist /chief obituary writer) about Schweitzer, the author…