Month: January 2021

Posted in Politics

A classy First Lady

No, this is not about Jill Biden. She may turn out to be OK. We’ll see.

I’m talking about Melania Trump, who has brushed off abuse from the news media and been disdained by many others. She was attacked in the media for not attending today’s inauguration without her husband. Seriously? She also got criticized for her accent and modeling background. Here’s a lady (not just a woman) who speaks seven languages. Some fashion designers boycotted her because of her husband. A fashion model would be a dress designer’s dream, you’d think.

So in honor of Mrs. Melania Trump, here’s an article she wrote (well, probably a speech writer helped her with it) about the White House renovations thanking the team who worked together on these projects to restore the “people’s house.”

Like most First Ladies, she’s also worked on many projects besides this one, of course.

Here’s the link to the White House renovation:

#MelaniaTrump #FLOTUS #FirstLady

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Posted in Religion

Messiah – the story behind the music

Comment on a YouTube video:

Thank you for posting this great oratorio written by George Frideric Handel in just 24 days. He furiously wrote the music with very little sleep, inspired by God. The lyrics are Scripture and the music is amazing!

Handel was born Georg Friederich Händel in Halle, Duchy of Magdeburg, Brandenburg-Prussia in 1685 and died in 1759 in London, age 74, and is buried in Westminster Abbey.

YouTube tip: if you pick the longer classical pieces, sometimes you only have one commercial at the beginning. Here’s one with relaxing piano music. Don’t know if that’s an omission, but just in case, don’t tell them!

Here are the links – for some reason they didn’t post:


24 days:,orchestration%20on%20September%2014%2C%201741.

Korean piano music:

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Posted in Politics Religion

Christianity vs. Communism

This comment was written in response to a comment on the LinkedIn article posted by Gary Gatehouse, talk show host in Texas, about the Catholic Archbishop saying that Joe Biden should not be given communion.

Comment: “Was it the Catholics that burned witches at the stake? … asking for a friend.”

Here is my response:

Why, because he is afraid to ask? Yes, there were atrocities in the past (both Protestant and Catholic — not sure about Catholic witch burning) and current issues like homosexual priests abusing altar boys.

However, Christians have done far, far more good in the world than harm. Concern for orphans etc. since Roman times, more recently universities and hospitals.

Atheistic communism on the other hand, claimed the lives of 100,000,000 people in the twentieth century.

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