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Fighting Inertia

Fighting Inertia

I don’t know if any of you have ever just felt “flat.” I call it “inertia,” and it has plagued me on and off throughout my life. It’s like I…

A New Year – A New Attitude

A New Year – A New Attitude

Some days are tough. People shun you or make you feel like you’re not welcomed. My work, which includes retreats, studies and speeches, just doesn’t seem to want to come together.…

Breath of life

Breath of life

By Pat Farrell “Love [people] even in [their] sin, for that is the semblance of Divine Love and is the highest love on earth. Love all God’s creation, the whole…

Can’t stand the people

Can’t stand the people

by Pat Farrell “I love to go to church, but I can’t stand the people.” Sound familiar? If it doesn’t, I’d like to know just where you’ve been. This is a phrase that…

In memory of Saunder

In memory of Saunder

by Pat Farrell I had forgotten about an old blog entry that I made when I lost my beloved friend, Saunder Gordon. It moved me then, and it still moves…

Mini me

In the Austin Powers movies, there was a character who had a smaller version of himself, which he called “Mini Me.” Do you have a “Mini Me?”  Look at your…

An opportunity to stop

An opportunity to stop

By Pat Farrell Every time I see a certain fast food restaurant, I have a deep sadness and conviction within my heart. It has nothing to do with the restaurant…

Lessons from next door

Lessons from next door

by Pat Farrell One spring several years ago, I was reminded of the lessons that may be right next door. I was sitting at my computer and pondering my next newsletter.  “What is…

Bless the Nurses Christian Fellowship

Bless the Nurses Christian Fellowship

by Pat Farrell While we may have a passion for our work and love what we do, there are times we face challenges that make it difficult to get through…

Chamber meets at historical site

Draper is a small town with a railroad and ties to the Baltimore Road that carried many travelers from north to south and south to north. The Red Horse Tavern…

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