Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Our Integrity

The treasure of integrity when broken is hard to mend Make your work sacred I say, I do for honor should be guarded well Do not break your word especially to yourself “In God do we trust” but can we … Continue reading

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Babies and Dogs

What do babies and dogs think about that they are so serene and joyous Yet we walk around with negative chatter in our minds, complaints resentment, fear How does one put the outside smile inside to quiet our demons We … Continue reading

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Religion for Sale

When did worship become entertainment profitable full of rhetoric with not much love? Religion for sale only one is right all the rest to eternal damnation does God really have a preference no—He just wants us to love

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Religion for Sale

When did worship become entertainment profitable full of rhetoric with not much love? Religion for sale only one is right all the rest to eternal damnation Does God really have a preferance no–He just wants us to love

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1000 Reasons To Be Grateful

I am starting a gratitude list to help me remember this prayer: “Dear God, may we always be grateful.” I believe that gratitude is the key to serenity. Truly gratitude is a transformer in our lives. The more I cultivate … Continue reading

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I Promise

I’m full of promises so easy to make not hard at all I’ve going to change this I promise Keeping them is the trick there’ve been a few but not very many I’m going to change this I promise

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Chatterbox Head

Chatterbox head always complaining criticizing all robbing my peace I smile and nod your way but that annoying voice finds fault so easily hiding the quiet voice that speaks only of love Two voices whichever I choose the other will … Continue reading

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