Hath she not expressed this thought in the garb of the poor child, so forcibly reminding us of
that red symbol which sears her bosom?"
ONE hundred years have come and gone But still their memory lingers on Those brave men who paid the price Their lives, the ultimate sacrifice In a foreign land far, far away In a field is where they lay Some of those heroes were never found Enveloped by the mud-soaked ground As battles all around them raged These fallen soldiers never aged Now in that field so far away Tall, red poppies proudly sway Their gaze up to the skies are cast Remnants of a war-torn past Reminding us, lest we forget Of the courageous men we never met Every November on the 11th hour of the 11th day We bow our heads and silently pray In cities all around the world As millions of poppies are unfurled Reminding us of
those brave men who paid the price Their lives, the ultimate sacrifice SARAH POTTER, Whitley Bay
While reminding us of
absolutely vital things like publication bias in research about medication and the need to pay attention to the meaning of medication, it uses phrases like "resistant" and "refuse," words long abandoned by client-centered practice advocates in favor of words like "reluctant" or "decline."
In fact, when the good Lord said, "Blessed are the poor," I think he was reminding us of
The revolt of the robots is usually told as a cautionary tale about the dangers of modern science, reminding us of
the unintended consequences of all our clever inventions.
Mathews emphasizes this diversity by always using the terms multicultural and multiracial together, reminding us of
the large number of cultures within each and every race.
Nonetheless, in his modest way, he has succeeded in reminding us of
the widening compass of department store studies and has shown in this welcome volume what we should know, and should make, of the British experience.
The war is impervious to being demythologized: Over the last few years writers of the caliber of Studs Terkel and Paul Fussell have tried to drain it of nobility and succeeded only in reminding us of
how bloody the fighting was.
Even better, these books on the church's central sacrament of unity come from Catholics and Protestants alike, reminding us of
the full communion to which this sacrament summons the whole body of Christ.
Our Gospel, reminding us of
when the Pharisees asked Jesus to "tell it to them plainly," offers additional gifts of the Spirit.
The blood from the wounded hand has dripped onto his foot, reminding us of
those other wounds that will not be kissed away so readily.
Even if the aphids keep us from recreating Eden in our backyards and window boxes, bending low to the overturned earth still evokes something ancient in us, reminding us of
our calling to be stewards of God's creation.