Elder’s Meditation of the Day – February 4
“We say there is a right time and place for everything.It’s easy to say, but hard to understand. You have to live it to understand it.”
–Rolling Thunder, CHEROKEE
The Elders tell us there is a right time and a right place. Don’t plant seeds in the fall-wrong time. One way we find out about the right time and right place is our experience. If we are lucky, we have a few friends who will share their experience; this will help us too. The best way is to let God guide us. Only He knows the right time and the right place. So we need to pray and ask Him for guidance.
Great Spirit, show me patience so I can live in the right time and right place.
February 4 – Daily Feast
To stand alone does not mean there is no one else around. It means we are u na tse li dv-u na to tiv hi.… We think for ourselves in an independent way, using our heads rather than our feet. We fit life to us instead of letting it press us into a mold that would not makes us happy. Letting the world dictate to us is being one of the herd that runs – not because it is the right thing to do, but because we think everyone else is doing it, and so must we. Is it the right direction? Refusing to be swept along with every trend is cultivating our inner awareness of right and wrong. Awareness is there within us, but we have to hear it and heed it. This is why we were given intelligence – to stand alone so that we may have something to offer when someone else needs us.
~ Too many misinterpretations have been made….too many misunderstandings…. ~
‘A Cherokee Feast of Days’, by Joyce Sequichie Hifler
PPwire – It has just been released that the Religious Right has called for the end of the world a day earlier. Repeating the Religious Right has called for the day to end December 20 instead of 21st. More details are to be released from their spokeperson tomorrow.
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