Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

The Three Trees – God Mouldeth Thy Destiny

| April 22, 2011

Untitled Document The Tale of Three Trees Once upon a mountain top, three little trees stood and dreamed of what they wanted to become when they grew up. The first little tree looked up at the stars and said: "I want to hold treasure. I want to be covered with gold and filled with precious […]

The Story of the Other Wise Man – Part 4 – by Henry Van Dyke – A Profound Story for Thee

| December 23, 2007

 By the Waters of Babylon Artaban dismounted.    The dim starlight revealed the form of a man lying across the road.   His humble dress and the outline of his haggard face showed that he was probably one of the poor Hebrew exiles who still dwelt in great numbers in the vicinity.   His pallid skin, dry and […]

Myth of the Magpie – A Tale for thee Knights of the Pain Table

| October 12, 2007

Myth of the Magpie In a meadow lived a magpie.    From his perch the bird could see every creature that moved beneath. The magpie collected bits of things that it kept tucked away in its nest.    The magpie believed that the meadow belonged to him and everyone and everything that crossed beneath his tree was […]

"Lessons from the Geese" a Story for the Knights of the Pain Table

| September 26, 2007

Lessons from the Geese Next fall,  when you see Geese heading South for the Winter, flying along in V formation, you might consider what science has discovered as to why they fly that way:   as each bird flaps its wings,  it creates an uplift for the bird immediately following.    By flying in V formation the […]

The Pink Dress – A Story to Lighten, That which Paineth You

| August 28, 2007

The Pink Dress There was this little girl sitting by herself in the park. Everyone passed by her and never stopped to see why she looked so sad. Dressed in a worn pink dress, barefoot and dirty, the girl just sat and watched the people go by. She never tried to speak. She never said […]

The Myth of the Crane, A Myth of the Cherokee

| August 16, 2007

When most of the Cherokee people were moved to Oklahoma, they took the fire with them and have kept it burning for over 150 years. It is said that as long as that fire burns, there will always be Cherokee people. The people who remained in the Smoky Mountains have also kept the fire going. […]