Before You SpeakBefore you speak, let your words pass through three gates. At the first gate, ask yourself, ‘Is it true?’ At the second ask, ‘Is it necessary?’ At the third gate ask ‘Is it kind? Rumi
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Source of Inspiration Vol. II
Now available through Amazon.com. All proceeds are being used for families in need through my volunteer work here in Brazil. I appreciate any support you can give in the beautiful work we do here. Buy the book as a present for yourself or someone you love. Thanks, hugs, pat
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The Web of Duality–Other Side of Source of InspirationCome to our new sister blog and explore our often-masked side. It will leave you with much to ponder. https://webofduality.wordpress.com/
Poems in PortugueseRead our sister blog which features some of the poems from this blog translated to Portuguese. Fonte de Inspiracão em Portuguese www.fontedeinspiracao.wordpress.com/
The Final ThirdStories from a book in progress about my years in Brazil as a volunteer www.finalthirdsite.wordpress.com/
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No plain and ordinary for me nor pessimism either expecting little of myself and less of life. I will not define my life by normal limitations and mundane routines not be confined within barriers of my own acceptance. I step … Continue reading
Mother Divine woman warrior gentle yet strong wise, patient woman of great courage with a soul of light. Never underestimate a woman.
Instead of griping over something pray over it Instead of being filled with self-pity pray with gratitude for a chance to grow Instead of anger, resentment, fear let prayer change these to faith, courage, compassion. Pray without ceasing letting each … Continue reading
The mosaic of life seems bewildering when seen up close but resolves into fractals of perfection when viewed as a whole. Let go of woes ignore happiness see life in its whole splendor and you will kiss the Divine.
Does God have a soul what about a tree? How arrogant to think that only we are touched by the Divine.
There is an eloquence in silence a quiet dignity receptivity without need Opening to the Divine I become this silence