July 24 – Daily Feast
How like moths we are when we are caught in the dark, beating our wings against anything that stands between us and the light. Though we strain against barriers, we are the a tsv s dv, we are the light or candle that lights the place where we are. Others who follow watch for a signal, a light in the dark, to know they are not alone. We need to take some time to be quiet, to recharge and it may mean waiting a while in the dark. But whatever our need, if we wait, the light will come. And it will illuminate us instead of blinding us with its glare.
~ The path to glory is rough and many gloomy hours obscure it. May the Great Spirit shed light on yours. ~
‘A Cherokee Feast of Days’, by Joyce Sequichie Hifler