Category Archives: Prayer

NOW I BREATHE ME DOWN TO SLEEP

Now I breathe me down to sleep. . . the winter’s turned. . . I still have breath and a trusty, good heartbeat, which, on this earth, now still plod on though, in my haste, I’ve plum forgot to shed … Continue reading

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PSSST. . . PASS IT ON!

Pssssst. . . Friends– Blessings in your courage And courage through your blessings, The places, the people, the processes. . . the knowing, the logic, the intuition, the wild goose guessings. . . Some bring you challenge– some bring you … Continue reading

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A PRAYER OF MOVING FORWARD

Dear God, This is Your day. You are already making it all possible for me. It is for me to let it happen. You are. You are with me. You’ve seen me far. Please. Be. See. (I know you see.) … Continue reading

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BETTER THAN EXPECTED

Better than expected. Begin with spirit, letter follows. . . then, let those expectations rise, and very soon you may well see a bright reality with your dream’s road has neatly intersected.

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A TRIAL BALLOON TO THE HEAVENS

One thoughtful prayer, one prayerful thought you formulate and, from your steely fisted grip and tight pursed lips, you drop, And hope that, maybe later, maybe soon, it will float right up into the sky to fly just like a … Continue reading

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THREE HEADS

Put three heads together, and you just might change one stubborn dead light bulb, for, when we our resources gather, there’s quite a range of clean and dirty problems we can solve.

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CALL OUT THE TROOPS THAT LOVE

Call out the troops– not the ones that fight– the ones that love, and let them engage with all those who need them and bring warmth to their hearts, though they may sometimes veer far from the fire of a … Continue reading

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