August 20th, 2010

Happy Birthday Paul!

You have had a major challenge this year yet you embraced it with grace and incredible faith…I hope this next year is peaceful and joyful for you. You always amaze me with your ability to listen and willingness to be present for so many people. You give your all – always – in all ways and on this birthday I want to acknowledge that you did good!

3 comments to Happy Birthday Paul!

  • Paul Pappasergi

    Thanks Patti
    Peaceful (and healthy) sounds great.

    Everyone thinks that in todays world, prostate cancer is not as (or the least serious) condition of the disease. What it robs you of is more than people realize and even a patient person gets scared of the future. It’s people like you that give me faith.

  • Happy Belated Birthday Paul! I just happened to be going through and reading the blog posts…thanks for all you do for my Mom!

  • Ron Goss

    Happy Birthday Pp! Keep the faith!

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A poem of inspiration

Jesus dreamt
Of a world
Of one
Global family
Each person
And blood family
Being a gift
From his Abba
Attempting to
Overcome the
Barriers of
Race, colour,
Sex and creed.
Locally we
Come together
With our individualities
Our languages
And cultures

Separate and distinct….
But there are
The obstacles
Of not knowing
Each other
And therefore
Experiencing a degree
Of unsureness
And fear.
We pass different ones
Sometimes as shadows …
Each of us
So tends to
Be centred on self
And yet how
We hunger for
Change, conversion
Of our hearts
And minds.

— adapted from a poem
by T. McKillop