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Do You Listen To Your Inner Sarge?

As Father’s Day arrives stories that dad shared during his final month on hospice come to mind. One in particular stands out. Sitting on the front porch of the farmhouse enjoying the cool late September breeze, he talked about his failing health when the conversation tilted toward the question:

“Are you afraid to die?”

With the usual sense of dignity and grace with how dad held his head when telling a story that he hoped would teach a lesson, he shared the following:

“I’ve come close to death more than once. Once in Korea we were standing on a hill close to a field of battle when I heard an inner voice tell me to move to the next hill to the left. I told every man around me to move in that direction. Once moved, a shell hit on the spot where we had stood.”

Dad’s smile grew wide as he proclaimed, “After that they always listened to Sarge.”

When coaching leaders and consulting with individuals building new programs they often speak about how their intuition guides their process.

Clients also speak about the natural moments of confusion when they can’t see the difference between their intuition and their anxiety.  While you may not be facing the end of your life, the mind can often act like it’s survival is at stake.  Creating the conditions to feel the power of intuition as a daily working part of the mind is an intentional process that can be practiced by any high performing individual.

Can you discern the difference between worry and your voice of wisdom?

Do YOU Listen To Your Inner Sarge?

Thank you dad for demonstrating this valuable skill in your life as a bold leader.

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Patrick Davis, MA





Scratches of Love: A Mother’s Fingers

From morning until night your fingers moved




Doodling on paper while chatting on the phone

Playing cards

Knitting as you watch TV


Even in the end

Your fingers found a way

To rub more love into our hearts

Opening your bible we sat in awe

To read the letter you left for the generations that began,

“Dearest Descendents…”

You ended with words that made us laugh and cry,

“P.S. Sorry I was such a grouch.”

Even after you died

Your fingers used a pen to offer a final gift



Gazing at the mystery of your life we ponder the unknowable

How many smiles are born from your efforts?

How many belly’s filled?

How much comfort do your quilts provide?

How many rosary beads did you press in worry and hope?


A Mother’s fingers keep moving until

Every itch is scratched

Every cup is filled

Polishing each project with a unique zest for life

Moving to a rhythm orchestrated by palms in a one-pointed prayer

A prayer backed not just by grace

Many daily efforts endorse your vision of love

Each moment you scratch more love into our hearts


From morning until night your fingers move





Are You Waiting For Blooms?

Are You Waiting For Blooms?

On Christmas Eve the Christmas cactus pictured here bloomed. It arrived just in time and on schedule!

What is waiting to bloom in your life?

Is there a dream to be realized?

Is there work to be done?

Is there a relationship to nurture?

Are you entering a new season of work and life?

May discerning wise action and asking for support empower your life to bloom in 2017!

By your side,


Patrick Davis, MA, PCC



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