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The Twelve Powers
through a prism of End-Of-Life care
--Jerral Sapienza
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  • Faith:
    It is through opening to Faith that I care and nurture, and that my loved one trusts letting go.
  • Strength:
    I call upon Strength to sustain me, endure, in aiding my friendís comfort and passing.
  • Wisdom:
    As Wisdom guides discernment in all things, so we reflect the best of ourselves in each other.

  • Love:
    Exalted light, absent of fear and hesitation, nurtures and fills a chalice of our greatest gift: Love.

  • Power:
    Through the manifest Power of word and deed, I experience and express Godís Love.

  • Imagination:
    With Imagination and vision I joyfully summon guidance for my and my loved oneís journey ahead.

  • Understanding:
    As I trust in my own and my loved oneís goodness, I embrace truth in Understanding.

  • Will:
    With divinely aligned Will I direct my energy toward the highest and best for me and my loved one.

  • Order:
    I center myself to seek and see, in every moment, an Order to right timing as the process unfolds.

  • Zeal:
    Calling upon my Zeal and enthusiasm, I strive for a passion to be present and open to the moment.

  • Renunciation:
    Releasing all ties to inappropriate and lesser, I lovingly Renounce all but truth and love.

  • Life:
    Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, still all Life is beauty and truth manifest.


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