Daily Meditation~(June 7)~~~~>
- Hi all late with this one just found it ~Have a good day~~~~>Jeanne
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'THINK on THESE THINGS'
by Joyce Sequichie Hifler
We are all aware of the emotional effect color creates. And for this
reason we choose colors that please the eye by first pleasing the inner
emotions. Certain colors have the same effect on many, while other
colors affect each of us individually and in particular ways.
Red has an exciting effect; green is cool serenity, orange is the color
of vivacity, and brown tones are restful earthy colors. People dress to
enhance their appearances with certain colors. Homes are decorated and
offices are planned to create pleasance surroundings.
And we as individuals possess moods of many colors. Yet, we are far more
careless about the color of that mood, letting the attitudes and colors
of others dictate to us how we are to behave. If we could remember when
we meet people whose moods are black to remind ourselves that their
moods are their own, there would be less involvement in the emotions of
We are so vividly aware of color, we must not be reckless in recognizing
the color scheme within our own personality. Whether it is a vibrant
color, sophisticated, or bright and witty, color always works its subtle
June 7 - Daily Feast
Confession may be good for the soul, but it seldom makes the one that
heard it feel good. The nee to clear the air or get something out in the
open can cause a bigger rift than the reason for confessing in the first
place. Words cannot be retrieved once they are spoken. They are gone and
calling them back is impossible. Some weigh on people's hearts like hi
lv s gi nv ya, many stones or heavy rock. Some are flung, like di ga ti
s di, a spear, to wound. And most should never have been spoken. Life
and death are in the use of words. If we feel the need to confess
something, we should do it where the listener knows how to handle what
we say. It is an unthinking person that needs to be relieved of a burden
to the point of putting it on someone who may find it hard to bear.
~ He knew his words were bad; he trembled like the oak whose roots have
been wasted by many rains. ~
'A Cherokee Feast of Days', by Joyce Sequichie Hifler
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Elder's Meditation of the Day June 7
"If there is a shadow of a doubt someplace, that will cause a weakness."
--Wallace Black Elk, LAKOTA
In the Spiritual World there is a spiritual Law. The Law says like
attracts like. This means whatever mental picture we hold inside our
minds we will attract from the Universe. To make this Law work we must
maintain a constant picture. If we picture or vision something, and
along with this picture we have doubting thoughts, our vision will not
happen and we will get EXACTLY what we picture or vision. The Law always
works. A doubting vision will not materialize what we want. A vision
without doubt will always happen. This is a spiritual Law.
let my vision
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