Turning of the Ages 9: Prayer of a Child Orphaned in Later Life . channeled by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 10 December 2019

  • 9. PRAYER OF A CHILD ORPHANED IN LATER LIFE, channeled by Alice B. Clagett

Dear Ones,

Here is the ninth and last in the “Turning of the Ages” series of prayers …

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9. PRAYER OF A CHILD ORPHANED IN LATER LIFE
Channeled by Alice B. Clagett
10 December 2019

When I was young my parents told me
When to get up and when to sleep

Go to school … Go to church …
Don’t swallow that gum
And whatever you do,
Don’t put your feet
In the x-ray machine
In the back of the Marlboro shoe store

Play well with your friends
Smile when you speak
Be a good neighbor
Treat your folks well.

And mom said:
We may be poor
But we brush our teeth
And watch what we say
And watch what we eat

And dad said:
Though we have naught to spare
We stand by our deeds!
We’re poor as church mice
But honest and clean!

And we were.

I say to them
Now their work is o’er:

Job well done!
Job well done!

Now it’s up to me
to play that role
for the little child
that abides in me.

May God be blessed
As He blesses me.

. . . . .

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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prayers, child-rearing, parenting, growing up, respect for children, families, inner child, grief, bereavement, orphan, 2u3d,

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