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Posted in: Quotes & Poetry by Pamela on March 31, 2009

It was only yesterday morning I saw a clearing in my mind
I saw a forest path that had no end
It showed me an easy time and it was then I knew
Each and every one of us can choose
Here and now
To walk into forever without fear.
Isn’t it time to take what we’ve learned
To walk in peace, it is paved and clear.
It is not something to look for, it is right here.

pamela leigh richards


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Posted in: Quotes & Poetry by Pamela on March 30, 2009

Some will look at others thinking they are doing nothing.
When they are actually doing extraordinarily everything,

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Nothing “matters”.
Only that which you make “matter”.

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Posted in: Quotes & Poetry by Pamela on March 29, 2009

Everything one ‘does’ one ‘thinks’ about doing
Everything is ‘thought’ created
Cleanse your mind, remove fear.
Nothing exists where your mind is not.
Turn yourself inside out.
Choose what you desire, may the rest be forgot.
And may love be your one and only thought.

pamela leigh richards


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I am not here to tell anyone what to think or believe
I am here to share what I ‘see’.

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“Do not believe on the strength of traditions

Even if they have been held in honour,

For many generations and in many places.

Do not believe anything because many people speak of it.

Do not believe on the strength of sages of old times.

Do not believe that which you have yourselves imagined, thinking that a god has inspired you.

Believe nothing which depends only on the authority of your masters or of priests.

After investigation, believe that which you have yourselves tested and found reasonable,
And which is for your good and that of others.”

Gautama Buddha


Posted in: Quotes & Poetry by Pamela on March 28, 2009


His partner is injured and the condition is fatal.
She was hit by a car as she swooped low across the road.

He brought her food and attended to her with love and compassion.

He brought her food again but was shocked to find her dead.
He tried to move her….a rarely-seen effort for swallows!

Aware she is dead and will never come back to him again
He cries.

And Cries …. (as do I)

Finally aware that she would never return to him,
He stood beside her body with sadness and sorrow.

It is said that millions of people cried after watching this picture
In America, Europe and even in India.
It is said that the photographer sold these pictures for a nominal fee
to the most famous newspaper in France.
All copies of that newspaper were sold out on the day these pictures were published.

This came to me in an email and I too, was so deeply moved
And could see many parallels to our human life

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if those millions of people who cried
After watching and reading this story realized
How many people are dying and suffering
At the unmercy of starvation, homelessness and wars alone?
Let us take our tears for the swallows
And unite them for PEACE and put an end to suffering and killing
All those who wear uniforms come home.
There is no enemy unless your mind is willing.

Poem: pamela leigh richards


Posted in: The Observation Deck by Pamela on March 26, 2009


Posted in: Quotes & Poetry by Pamela on March 25, 2009

“I can’t believe that!” said Alice.
“Can’t you?” the Queen said in a pitying tone.
“Try again, draw a long breath and shut your eyes.”

Alice laughed.

“There’s no use trying,” she said: “one can’t believe impossible things.”
“I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen.
“When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day.
Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast”

Lewis Carroll


Posted in: Quotes & Poetry by Pamela on March 21, 2009

I know I have not been the best friend to you
But I have also not been the best friend to me.
I wish for you to know how deeply I do care
As I continue to find my own way.
When you get hit so many times from the one who says they love you
And I know I have done the same to you as well
And I am not talking about a fist in the face
I am talking about the power of words that carry an even greater weight
At some point someone has to stop
So we can both be good to each other and ourselves
And the rest will take care of itself.
~ pamela leigh richards


Posted in: Films by Pamela on March 20, 2009


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“Pray the Devil Back to Hell chronicles the remarkable story of the courageous Liberian women who came together to end a bloody civil war and bring peace to their shattered country.Thousands of women — ordinary mothers, grandmothers, aunts and daughters, both Christian and Muslim — came together to pray for peace and then staged a silent protest outside of the Presidential Palace.

Armed only with white T-shirts and the courage of their convictions, they demanded a resolution to the country’s civil war. Their actions were a critical element in bringing about an agreement during the stalled peace talks.

“I am learning along the way too and do feel
That sometimes there comes a time
Even when I wish to go away and hide
When one must make a stand
In order to help the world realize
That in the end
All that was necessary was a change of mind
I have no enemy
For Peace sake, stop the fight.”

Poem: pamela leigh richards
Website: Pray the Devil Back to Hell


Posted in: Films by Pamela on March 19, 2009

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