December 28 – Daily Feast
A very long time ago, among the pages of words written by ancient men is a phrase so potent it still works today. It says, “Call the things that be not as though they were.” So life is hard and scary and you have messed up miserably. Then change it by saying what you do want – by calling into being the way you want things and circumstances to be. Your words have power. They create. They shape. They call into being what you want. You have been digging in your heels and declaring that nothing can be saved. Don’t you know you are doing it? Cancel everything negative you have ever said – be truly sorry for it. And then take hold of your tongue and demand it speak right.
~ You propose to give us land where we can live in quiet. I accept your proposal. ~
LITTLE RAVEN – ARAPAHO
‘A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II’ by Joyce Sequichie Hifler