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The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation's Marilynn Hughes at Williams Lake (7/20/2012)
The Out-of-Body Travel Foundation's Marilynn Hughes's Kitty Cat, Pangur Ban. Pangur Ban means White Panther in Gaelic and it was the Name that St. Colomba Gave to his Sole Feline Companion who Lived with Him in a Hermit's Hut
St. Colomba's Original Pangur Ban Manuscript
St. Colomba's Cell (On the Left) The Chapel of St Non's, St David's, Pembrokeshire, Wales
I and Pangur Ban my cat, 'Tis a like task we are at: Hunting mice is his delight, Hunting words I sit all night.
Better far than praise of men 'Tis to sit with book and pen; Pangur bears me no ill-will, He too plies his simple skill.
'Tis a merry task to see At our tasks how glad are we, When at home we sit and find Entertainment to our mind.
Oftentimes a mouse will stray In the hero Pangur's way; Oftentimes my keen thought set Takes a meaning in its net.
'Gainst the wall he sets his eye Full and fierce and sharp and sly; 'Gainst the wall of knowledge I All my little wisdom try.
When a mouse darts from its den, O how glad is Pangur then! O what gladness do I prove When I solve the doubts I love!
So in peace our task we ply, Pangur Ban, my cat, and I; In our arts we find our bliss, I have mine and he has his.
Practice every day has made Pangur perfect in his trade; I get wisdom day and night Turning darkness into light.