Thoughts on the Middle East and Eastern Europe

By John E. Wade II / December 7, 2015 /

I’ve spent a lot of my free time reviewing the Middle East chapter in Henry Kissinger’s book World Order. And I’ve realized that the two spots in the world that are most at risk are the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Henry Kissinger states himself that the Middle East is very complicated both within itself and…

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The Pursuit of Knowledge and Wisdom

By John E. Wade II / November 19, 2015 /

In my travels, I see all these people passing by. How many of them are consciously seeking wisdom? I’ve been thinking of how to organize my review for Kissinger’s World Order, specifically his chapter on the Middle East. I’ve also put some thought into how he wrote so much in the way of communication, data, and…

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Globalization and World Order

By John E. Wade II / November 3, 2015 /

As I’ve been saying, I am reading and reviewing World Order by Henry Kissinger, taking time to handwrite quotations and comments in great detail. If I could only merge How to Achieve a Heaven on Earth and Glimpses of Heaven on Earth, as well as all my ideas and blogs on those subjects, with Henry Kissinger’s book. He states that…

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Dealing With the Uncertainties of Life

By John E. Wade II / October 13, 2015 /

As I anxiously awaited the release of my book I dwelled on the uncertainties of life, and how dealing with them is part of the path toward wisdom. In thinking about marriage, I can conclude that it is one of the greatest uncertainties that we can face. But taking the chance on a good, solid,…

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One World

By John E. Wade II / June 11, 2015 /

We have a wonderful window of opportunity to proceed toward Heaven on Earth.  As the American Airline slogan says, “One World.”  I wholeheartedly agree.  Almighty God created each of us and all of us with a mind, body, and a “little piece of God.”  God loves us with an enduring, steadfast love.  I deeply believe that…

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Preparing for Our Future

By John E. Wade II / May 12, 2015 /

The future is all we have ahead of us.  We must prepare for it in so many ways, from exercise and nutrition to the cultivation of our mind and spirit.  Leaving one’s future to chance or the lack of prudence and ambition is pure folly. While none of us “knows” the future, observation of others’…

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Contemplating Our Purpose in Life

By John E. Wade II / March 9, 2015 /

Our purpose is first to take care of ourselves in mind, body and “little piece of God.”  If we don’t do that, we can’t help our families, others and God.  This requires self-discipline and the mutual respect between others and ourselves. The realities of life can range from joy to sorrow and from triumphs to…

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Why the Peaceful Majority Is Irrelevant, by Paul Marek

By John E. Wade II / February 25, 2015 /

Paul Marek vividly describes the current brutality of radical Islam and its peaceful victims. He also reminds us how the peaceful ones in Germany became dominated by the Nazis. Additionally, he recites similar slaughters in Communist Russia and China as many other examples of genocide. Peace and freedom are in jeopardy. Listen to these wise words…

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Contemplation and Prayer

By John E. Wade II / January 22, 2015 /

When in line, help to develop your patience by: Thinking Thinking Thinking . . . I’ve read that daydreaming is a form of creativity.  So, wait in line and learn how to stretch your imagination. Patience in terms of sex and love is not only admirable; it quite often can help to assure longer lasting…

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Motivation, Simplification, and Love

By John E. Wade II / January 20, 2015 /

This past November was a huge victory for Republicans, America and the world.  Thank You, dear God. I sincerely believe that the Republican Party should now begin to unite around Governor Scott Walker to run as our 2016 Presidential candidate.  His record for winning difficult elections is proven.  His courage, leadership and innovation are proven.…

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