Tag Archives: Labor day

DOES NECESSITY LEAD TO INVENTION?

I wonder how Thomas Edison would’ve felt, had he given up just at the brink of discovery.  I wonder if Alexander Graham Bell ever dreamed that his telephone would some day lead to instant communication to anywhere in the world.  … Continue reading

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PUTTING WHITE CLOTHES AWAY

Some of our young women have never heard about this rule of fashion. In the early 1900s, women were going through a lot of radical changes. They gained the right to vote. They became aware that they could do more … Continue reading

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LAST DAYS OF SUMMER

RT & POETRY BY PAUL & KATHY BOECHER© Signs of autumn in the air, Leaves slowly lose their grip and fall gently to the ground, Acorns pile up and seeds of all kinds are nestling into the earth, Regeneration of life to … Continue reading

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WORK VS ENTITLEMENT VS GOD’S LOVE

A good work ethic means staying late to finish the work someone else didn’t want to do or didn’t feel he had to do. It means giving up lunch to take care of a customer. It means putting in more … Continue reading

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LABOR DAY

It is good for a man to eat and drink and find satisfaction in his toilsome labors under the sun during the few days of life God has given him, for this is his lot. Ecc 5:18. Thank God for … Continue reading

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INSTITUTED BY GOD

  The Lord God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to work it and keep it.   Genesis 2:15 Since the beginning of time, God had things for His creation to do.  He put Adam in the Garden … Continue reading

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LABOR

Originally posted 9/3/2016 ART & POETRY BY PAUL & KATHY BOECHER© Sounds from the railroad tracks penetrate the stillness of night, The hoisting of cars to be transported the next morning, Leaves a lasting impression, Labor never ends on the … Continue reading

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LABOR

ART & POETRY BY PAUL & KATHY BOECHER© Sounds from the railroad tracks permeate the stillness of night, The hoisting of cars to be transported the next morning, Leaves a lasting impression, Labor never ends on the railroad, A force which … Continue reading

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EVERY DAY HEROES

Every day heroes are those who think about others rather than themselves. They are the moms and dads who make sure their children have a better life than they did. There are teachers who devote their lives to helping young minds … Continue reading

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ANOTHER DAY OFF?

With almost 10% of the work force unemployed in our country, Labor Day is just another day off for many.  We are a nation founded on hard work.  Most of us enjoy working hard and gain great satisfaction from the … Continue reading

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LABOR DAY

When we think of Labor Day, we tend to look at it as an American holiday. Actually it was first instituted by Canada after many labor disputes over 12 hour work days. Like our neighbors to the north, the U.S. … Continue reading

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