August 20 – Daily Feast
Talking trouble is rehearsing trouble. Innocent as it sounds, it draws an outline for the thing to happen. Medical information in the wrong hands lays out a mere possibility but is always a catalyst for hope and false hope at that. Remember that most of what we hear is simply read to us as a bedtime story meant to help us rest – but it never does. Someone said talk is cheap, but it isn’t. It is one of the most expensive items we can handle. And talking trouble may be entertaining but it is costly
– and never worth what we seem willing to pay.
~ I am master of my condition, I am master of my own body. ~
ADARIO – HURON CHIEF, 1600’s
‘A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II’ by Joyce Sequichie Hifler