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We continue "The Best of TBP" week with a special poem by one of our favorite guest bloggers, Sandy Stringfellow: "A Tear Drop Fell From Heaven." This poem remains one of the most popular titles on our site - a TBP classic. Thank you, Sandy, for sharing your talent with The Bold Pursuit ~ Clio
"A Tear Drop Fell From Heaven"
A tear drop fell from Heaven
From a mote in God's eye
Rippling the sea of time
He said, "I gave you Freedom
And a place to make it grow
In the land you call America
To be loved with heart and soul ...
Please click here for the poem: http://www.theboldpursuit.com/tbp-journal/2011/3/5/a-tear-drop-fell-from-heaven.html
by Robert Arvay
One of the hallmarks of history is that sometimes, just when all seemed hopeless, the good guys won. There are many examples, both ancient and modern. One of each will suffice:
When the mighty Persian Empire seemed poised to eradicate the faint beginnings of Greek democracy in 480 BC, a small band of Greek soldiers gave their lives in a delaying battle that led to a Greek victory, and eventually to our democracy.
The first two and a half years of World War 2 saw a series of crushing defeats of British and American forces that could easily have erased freedom from the world. But the Allies persisted, and won. If you can read this in English, thank a soldier.