Author Archives: Pat Cegan

When I Die

And when I die the spider will still spin its web; all will go on as if I had never come or gone. So what is so important that I waste precious time being upset for in the end none … Continue reading

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I Forgot

I meant to pray but got busy and forgot. I had planned to stop and say, “thank-you,” but it totally slipped my mind. Yet the sun came up, the stars always shine. Our Creator is there for me each and … Continue reading

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Tale of a Tail

When I come home my dog greets me with such joy. How I wish I could love like this, so freely, without reserve. Oh, for a tail to wag. ********** This performance is amazing but the sheer joy of the … Continue reading

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Who, WHO?

who am i blink passing thought dream nothing everything spark of divinity energy of love i am all

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The Answer

Love is always the answer. There are many questions but only one answer. Sometimes life feels overwhelming. Love is always the answer. One problem, one question after another, I do not know where to turn. Love is always the answer. … Continue reading

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On Being Spiritual

What does “being spiritual” mean? What is this longing, this unrequited desire, elusive but real? It leaves me restless, wanting I know not what. I find solace in nothing in this world. So I turn to that which calls me … Continue reading

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Generosity of Spirit

How many times should we help people in need? When have we done “enough?” If a mother stops feeding her child because she has done it so many times, we would think she’s a bad mother. If I refuse to … Continue reading

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