Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Lady Debra, a Messenger of Grace, from the Kingdom of

Lady Debra

“Blessed are those who plant peace each season; they shall be named the children of God.”

~The Seventh Beatitude, translated from Aramaic

Neil Douglas-Klotz

On the wings of grace,   these wordes were sent to me from the infinite meadow of kindness where Lady Debra dwells in her Kingdom named   “”.      Lady Debra honoured Camelot by riding through one day, on her treasured destrier of myght.    In her left hand,  s he held the reins and in her right hand she carried gentle words of peace.

Lady Debra’s kind words have weaved strength into the fabric of hope,  that clothe this humble Kingdom.    Her words have inspired this humble scribe,   as she carries a poet’s kind herte within her.

The unremitting  pain of the Darke Knyght often strikes this warrior down. With bleeding wounds and broken armour she lifts her sword in defiance to this formidable foe.    A true Knight within.

This brave Knight of the Pain Table, has drawn her sword to fyght  for others when their wounds are deep. Lady Debra doth scribe  a blog called  “The State of NC Healthcare” ( North Carolina, USA).    She writes  to help everyone   have  access to great healthcare.      A White Knight exists behind the heavy armour.     King Arthur and all those in Camelot bow to this noble Knight.

I,   a fellow Knight,  do give thanks that Lady Debra has graced our land.     In combat or in reverie,   she is a true valiant Knight,  a true herte and a true friend to me.

I thank Lady Debra as we stand in the Great Hall of Camelot amidst the celebration.

With Admiration and Gratitude,

Lady Sharon
Scribe of Camelot


The above Beatitude, is from the book, “Prayers of the Cosmos: Meditations on the Aramaic Words of Jesus”,    by Neil Douglas-Klotz. Aramaic is the language that Jesus would have spoken. Aramaic is a sister language to Hebrew and  Arabic. Most of our translations are from Greek,   rather than Aramaic.

Neil Douglas–Klotz   offers a new translation of the words of Jesus Christ in his book.

We thank Lady Debra for sending these words of comfort that make our hertes sing.

Second Beatitude
Blessed are those in emotional turmoil; they shall be united inside by love.

Fifth Beatitude
Blessed are those who, from the depths of their being, birth mercy; they shall feel its warm arms embrace them.

Listen to the Lord’s Prayer in  Aramaic

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2 Responses to “Lady Debra, a Messenger of Grace, from the Kingdom of”

  1. Deb says:

    Dearest Lady of Camelot,
    You, my dear, are my inspiration most often. I ride to Camelot as though it is home, the home of kindred spirits, the home of understanding, and a place of peace when I am in most need of a touch of grace.
    Yesterday, in my Sunday School class, we contemplated Peter’s words on suffering. You and I know the source of our peace when riding through that dark place…and it is a comfort to share that peace with one another. I know I am always surrounding my grace when I read your words…
    Sir Max and I will be riding again soon to Camelot…
    Lady Deb

  2. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Lady of Grace,

    I thanketh thee for riding with such nobility, hope and faith. Amidst the battles thou fyghts with great strength. I am honored to have fought by your side. May an aungel watch thee through times of peril, so that you can dance and rejoice at a Camelot feast.
    And Sir Max shall always have a special treat to have carried you with honor and loyalty and love.

    “May God be your hope, your guide and lantern to your feet”. ~ Shakespeare

    With peace,
    Lady Sharon