Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Yes, It Counts

Make a list of all you do not like. How long it grows covering the whole world. Like prayer beads, we count them every day. Now make a list of all that fill you with gratitude. Which list is longer? … Continue reading

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Only the Light

I am the Light For we are One All that exists is part of the same I am the Light Vessel through which Light manifests There is none besides Him I am the Light For we are One

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A Laughing Clown

The clown is laughing Big smile painted on Inside he weeps silent tears The clown is laughing We never know another’s sorrow Often judging with no compassion The clown is laughing Big smile painted on

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Crows the Rooster

The rooster crows new beginning I love his cry which reminds me of a new day each a fresh start a cock-a-doodle-do of promise and possibility

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Compost Banquet

My compost pile is a banquet for many who come to eat that which I share, nothing going to waste as that which can not be eaten recycles into earth. How foolish of us to create mountains of things which … Continue reading

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Letting Go

Memories come and go instead of grabbing them, desperately trying to hold on, I am learning to let this ocean of waves wash across me whitecaps of memories peaking, then moving away to make room for the next, leaving me … Continue reading

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Grab the Train

The train roars by Destination tracked by intention We are not hopelessly floundering in this world The train roars by It is up to us to choose the life we want You are a victim only of your choices The … Continue reading

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