Excerpt: Medusa – The Lost Daughter

From “A Mother’s Sorrow”

Ceto kneeled before the goddess’ throne. “Dear
Goddess, I know I have dishonored you
and wish to ask for forgiveness for I
disrupted your temple with my impure
actions, my longing for my daughter who
is now your servant.

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Excerpt: Medusa: The Lost Daughter

From “Chamber of Silence”

In silence comes wisdom, for no other
voices can be heard outside one’s own, when
the nakedness of the mind becomes free.

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Excerpt – Medusa: The Lost Daughter

From “The Punishment”

One can seek forgiveness only if one
confesses one’s crimes. For without such an
admission, one cannot atone for her
crimes, repent, and accept her punishment.

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Excerpt: Medusa – The Lost Daughter

From “The First Temptation”

Temptations can come unexpectedly
after a time of one’s sacrifice and
self-restraint. How easy it is to resist
temptation when the indulgence is a
distant memory, not when it is fresh
to the raw mind.