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1589Daily Meditaion~~~>

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  • FrenchIndian@webtv.net
    May 1, 2002
      by Joyce Sequichie Hifler
      Don't allow life to mean too much. Keep it light and shallow; spend as
      much time as possible scoffing at those things meaningful to others;
      forget the decency and patience in their attitudes.
      And look with overbearing revenge to make them pay for what they
      believe....laugh at their efforts......call attention to their
      imperfections......and don't forget to learn how to live alone......and
      if not in body, then in spirit. And then don't take the blame for a
      desert-island soul. It is of one's own making. But remember, oh so well,
      that life does not stand still while we search for someone to blame for
      our isolation.
      Hi' Ski
      Ana Sku'tee
      The Long Hair [Custer] came.....they say we masacred him, but he would
      have done the same thing to us had we not defended ourselves and fought
      to the last. Our first impulse was to escape with our women and babies,
      but we were so hemmed in that we had to fight.
      May 1 - Daily Feast
      Fear of obstacles makes us u d nu lv hi, lazy or indolent as the
      Cherokee calls it. Shy in nature and reticent in manner, most Indians
      avoid appearing forward. It is easier to put things off than it is to
      take the bit. One of the greatest discoveries is to start out in faith.
      Start - and boldness and energy will come in. Start out - and wisdom
      will flow, spotty at first but it will come. If people who are afraid
      they are not capable will just start out to do a thing, it, or something
      even better, happens.
      ~ We are nothing compared to His power, and we feel and know it. ~
      "A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II" by Joyce Sequichie Hifler
      Elder's Meditation of the Day - May 1
      "All living creatures and all plants derive their life from the sun. If
      it were not for the sun, there would be darkness and nothing could
      grow—the earth would be without life."
      --Okute, TETON SIOUX
      This is why we call the sun, Father Sun. Father Sun shines life on
      Mother Earth and from this Father and Mother all life forms exist and
      continue to reproduce. The Sun shines on all; it is not selective. We
      should not allow anything to block the Sun from shining on the  Earth.
      We must not pollute the air because the pollutants block the light of
      life to the Earth. If the Earth cannot receive this light, then life
      will start to be affected. We must live in harmony with the Sun and
      Earth. Otherwise, we are harming ourselves.
      My Creator,
      give me the
      wisdom to live
      in harmony
      with all
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