September 30 – Daily Feast
Careless words and controversial thought can hang on the invisible like dust clouds and clog thinking and comprehension like the webs of cobbies. Personal space should be kept as clean as the plate you eat off of – and you should never open the door to heedless opinion. The atmosphere swarms with spoken words – and most are hostile and hardened by experience. If each of us could see with the naked eye our own personal words, even without the multitudes that belong to others, we would be appalled. The computer shows what is preserved on the Internet, but think what people verbally send into the ethers – and every word frozen in time.
~ Black Hawk is a true Indian. He feels for his wife and children, his friends….they will suffer. He laments their fate. ~
BLACK HAWK – SAC, Circa 1800
‘A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II’ by Joyce Sequichie Hifler