Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Price of Truth

Be formidably observant tell it like it is. Do not hide behind social niceties, white lies or half-truths. The court postures with painted smiles admiring the Emperor’s new clothes, save one who tells all. Off with his head kill the … Continue reading

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Stop Competing

Stop competing and watch the world change. Foster in our children the spirit of cooperation community mutual respect and love. Stop competing the need to be better richer more beautiful more this or that destroys any chance we have of … Continue reading

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Gift of Death

No one admits to being grateful for someone’s death but I have experienced this several times. Does this mean I am uncaring? No, quite the contrary for sometimes only death can end suffering. D elivery from woe E ach death … Continue reading

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Provocation

How can I be free if I allow myself to become angry at provocation? Yet I wonder if it is sometimes necessary to turn the tables over in the temple, to let someone know who has refused to hear, that … Continue reading

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Your Intention

It is not the action that defines the deed but rather the intention. Examine carefully your intentions for they hold the keys to your soul.

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You Came

You came into the room where I was waiting for death to claim my friend her ragged, pain-filled breaths seeping into every pore of my body. You came into the room filled it with the power of Your love overflowing … Continue reading

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But Who?

Who am I when I am alone not a wife, mother member of a community? Who am I when stripped of all masks roles fears when only my pure essence is left and I am standing at the edge of … Continue reading

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