May 12 – Daily Feast
Calling someone a coward can be risky business. A coward isn’t always a sneaky person it may be someone who sees the end result of being foolish. Circumstances today demand we be cowards to some degree. Why would we stick our heads in a noose when we know the outcome? Taking a chance may be a big things to a fool – but why would anyone in their right mind insist on being a fool? Fools drink and drive, abuse children, and destroy lives and property because they can. It is better to be called a coward than to be called dead wrong – or dead.
~ If their minds are clean, and if they are obedient and promise to obey….they shall be welcome….. ~
THE LAW OF GREAT PEACE – IROQUOIS, Circa 1570
“A Cherokee Feast of Days, Volume II” by Joyce Sequichie Hifler