"A Cherokee Feast Of Days".........February 29
- "A Cherokee Feast Of Days"It is good to keep the promises we make to
ourselves to enjoy a peaceful hour.
How long has it been?
How long has it been since we walked on a
country path and watched the shadows hover
and move? Walking is good for the legs -
but it does wonders for the soul.
This is one of the best times to walk and think.
There is a rhythm in the earth that rises into our
feet when we walk. In it is the healing and it centers
the soul so that the cares of the world cannot get
in to destroy peace. And peace has so many side
effects. It restores youth and gives perspective to a
world-weary mind.~ The Great Spirit made these mountains
and rivers for us, and all this land. ~BLACKFOOT - CROW, 1850'sBy: Joyce Sequichie Hifler"Meditations with our Native American Elders""The most important thing you can do
during the course of the day is to pray."--Joe Coyhis, STOCKBRIDGE-MUNSEEThere are many things we do during
the day that are important.
There are many places we have to
go and there are many things to accomplish.
The old ones say, the most important thing
we can do is remember to take the time to pray.
We should pray every morning and every evening.
In this way we can be sure that the Great Spirit
is running our lives. With the Great Spirit we are
everything but without Him we are nothing.
All Warriors know their greatest weapon is prayer.
To spend time talking to the Creator is a great honor.Great Spirit, thank You for listening to my prayers.By: Don CoyhisC/OThe National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association
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