Author Archives: Phil Cannato

Who Am I…..a story…

There once was a man who lived.  This person wasn’t rich nor poor. Throughout his life, he would always strive to have more. He had a family, raised children, bought a house and managed to have vacations. But…none of it … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

This blog began with the passing of my wife, Judy in 2011. Judy was a writer and the last book she published was called, Field of Compassion. I really had a difficult time understanding her works until after she passed.  … Continue reading

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What Judy Knew that I Didn’t and What She Taught Me Since She Left.

It is almost the two year anniversary of Judy’s departing. I would like to honor her with this transmission.   I would like to share my observation of Judy when she knew in her heart that she would not survive her illness. First … Continue reading

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From Inside (3)

The question I pose to myself is what is the life I am meant to live? Am I living it, and if not, why not. More important, what is the meaning of my life? To answer this question, I went … Continue reading

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From Inside

Over the past few months, I have taken time to go “within.” On occasion, I feel led to share with you what I have found. This is one of those times. The basic premise in Judy’s writings is that we … Continue reading

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To The Friends of Phil Cannato Blog

Dear Friends of Challenge of Transformation, I am going to put the next phase of this blog (discussing Radical Amazement) on hold indefinitely. I am personally going through a transition and I need to withdraw and spend more time “within”. I need … Continue reading

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Ch. 12 Engaging the Grace We Imagine

As you are all aware, it was as she was writing this chapter, that Judy was diagnosed with cancer. She wrote, ” As of right now, I find no comfort in any belief. What does sustain me is what I know to … Continue reading

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