** ** ** * A Cherokee Feast Of Days* ** *A new door opens--a new year has begun. This is a very special time, one year passing away, another beginning. All of
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, Jan 2, 2008
A Cherokee Feast Of Days
A new door opens--a new year has begun. This is a very special time, one year passing away, another beginning. All of us are awed by this event. Yet some are worried while others are con-
fident about what has been promised. What do we see? What is on the horizon? Seeing what is coming is little different from spotting a deer in the woods. Most of the time we look for the entire outline of the deer--from the
rack to the flicking tail--and we miss the joy of glimpsing a live deer scampering through the woods. When we know what we are looking for, we focus: a tiny movement, an ear, a white tail held high--any evidence that points to what we are try-
ing to see. But when we do not believe there is even a deer in the woods, we fail to see any evi- dence and end up jeering at the idea. What do we miss? Everything, simply everything.
Mutants [whites] have something called gravy. They know the truth but it is hidden under the spices of convenience, materialism, insecurity, and fear. -AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES
By: Joyce Sequichie Hifler
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