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Some Pearls Of Wisdom By Cheryl Freier www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com


Posted by cheryl - February 23rd, 2015

Hidden Truth Poems Can Be Sayings From The Fathers
Written by Cheryl Freier www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com
Saying From Biblical Times
In Biblical times, the famed Rabbi Akiba had many disciples. One of his disciples was
Ben Azai. Ben Azai was known for saying: “Despise not any man and regard nothing as impossible; for you find no man who has not his hour, and no thing which has not its place” This was indeed visions and words of wisdom. It was what is also called hidden truth poems. (The Ethics of the Talmud Sayings of the Fathers By R. Trafers Herford)
Read Cheryl Freier’s Books
Visit Cheryl Freier’s website: wwwthegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com and read her latest novel, Echoes Resounding From The Past: Hidden Truth Poems, and read her latest storybook: the Morning’s Glory: The Light.

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The winner of a contest is not necessarily the most pugilistic


Posted by cheryl - February 9th, 2015

The T-Rex Was Unlikely To Win A Race Against The Hadrosaur
Written By Cheryl Freier-author-illustrator
Back in prehistoric times, a carnivorous predator, the T-rex did not necessarily have a chance of overcoming another prehistoric dinosaur, the hadrosaur, who was reputed to be a herbivore. The hadrosaur had its caudofemoralis muscle attached much lower to the femur of its back legs and therefore there was a much longer muscle contraction which automatically made its running strides shorter and slower. The T-Rex was able to run faster at first but would tire out sooner. It was then in prehistoric times that the hadrosaur outwitted the T-rex. (Scientific American, February, 2015, p. 19.)
So it was the story told over again throughout history that the victor of a contest is not necessarily the stronger of the two opponents. Such was the outcome of the story of David and Goliath as told in the Bible. Such was the outcome of WWII when the vicious Nazis had the world at bay until the Americans, and the British, and the Russians overtook the Nazis. Cheryl Freier is the author of The Wild Grasses: Hidden Truth Poems which tells the story about the harrowing experiences of a family forced to hide in the woods during WWII. Cheryl Freier is the author and illustrator of the storybook for children The Shepherd Boy And The Sheep Alphabet, which is the story about young King David and features the added feature of an alphabet book about the different types of sheep in the world.

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