Saturday, May 30, 2015

Home at last

A Warrior of Light knows he is much be grateful for. Angels help him in his struggle; celestial forces place each thing in its place, thus allowing him to give it is best. His companions say: “He is so lucky!”  And the warrior does sometimes achieved things far beyond his capabilities. That is why, at sunset, he kneels and gives thanks for the Protective Cloak surrounding him. His gratitude, however, is not limited to the spiritual world; he never forgets his friends, for their blood, mingled with his on the battlefield. A Warrior does not need to be reminded of the help given him by others. He is the first to remember and he makes sure to share with them any rewards he receives. 

I have returned home from hospital and rehabilitation center. I really do not know how long I was gone. I will tell the story of what I do remember over the next few blog posts. For now I want to give thanks to all of those angels and dear friends who have helped me survive this ordeal:

The Rev. Richard Pearson, pastor and friend

Nick Temple, beloved son

Janel Temple, ex-wife

Sibyl Temple, daughter-in-law

The Rev. Doug Fowler, fellow retired clergyman and friend

Many, many, many Facebook and Twitter friends

May Divine Light shine upon all 
for the greatest possible good. 


  1. I'm so happy you're home and grateful for everyone who helped you through this.

  2. I'm thinking, from what I can put together, that you went into hospital on April 12th. I'm also thinking the nurse that blew up the catheter bulb should be fired and have her license pulled.

  3. I'm glad you're home, and wish you a speedy recovery and a long, happy life!