Genesis of the King Baudouin and Queen Fabiola Blog:
I’ve always been a casual student of royal history and particularly certain families which spark my interest. Recently I’ve been philosophically reflecting upon biblical and historical teachings on righteousness. There are some people that truly seem to live out Romans 6 as slaves to sin, but King Baudouin of Belgium certainly wasn’t one. He was a slave to righteousness. God reckoned him righteous and he was, indeed, a righteous man. And, when it came time to choose his queen, he likewise chose a righteous woman. This is where two of my interests intersected. The more I studied Baudouin and Fabiola, the more I was inspired by their lives, their words, their smiles. I had some rather good (I hope you agree) posts on some royal forums and didn’t want to lose track of any of that information, so I decided to start this blog. There is a companion YouTube Playlist and Pinterest board where I try to bring something NEW, not just the same pictures and the same subjective ideas. I hope you enjoy this blog. It is meant to inspire as I have been inspired by these two righteous souls.
Another blog I write, Elected-4-Life, deals with respecting life in all its complexity and difficulties. Its main focus now is the fight against abortion, but it will be developed to include a full spectrum reflection of the blessings and challenges of life from cradle to grave.
Finally, the third blog I design, The-Empty-Heart, is in a picture format and features my own creations of single panels related to the Psalms.