November 20 – Daily Feast
Always take into account what your mind has in it. What of the world have you taken in and stored in all the little crevices and avenues of your mind and thinking? Guard your mind, for out of it comes what you think is possible for you. If you have stored defeat and rejection, those are the only things you have to draw on. Our voices record everything we say within our minds and hearts. Blessing or swear words, sarcasm or snappy cynicism, all are there, and all have a part in ruling life. This is the hardest part to sweep out and control, but it can be done – and it is better than storing trash.
~ Neither anger nor fury shall be found lodging in their minds. ~
IROQUOIS – CIRCA 1570
‘A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II’ by Joyce Sequichie Hifler