Even those we call Holy can dream of revenge…
It is the Sacred power to decide if we want to walk sacredly or not. To watch a seedling blossom into a beautiful tall One or wither and die.
It is the decision of the One who carries the forefront of the plan to move within the confines of balance…..
The Universe sings a beautiful song.
Our MOTHER EARTH sings this song as well , which is placed in our hearts to be one with the voices that are all around us ….
We cannot move against this quality that submerges us to walk in beauty with the extraordinary and as well, with the ordinary.
Life has given all a choice to live or die with a purpose blueprinted to our very souls that sends a message to a dimension that informs our higher selves that what has been created needs strong guidance to propel into a greater understanding that seeks the wisdom to continue on the Road we love so much….
We must prepare ourselves for the great understanding.
For we must WALK THE TALK…
In order to relate to what is being said in a language that is higher than our mortal thinking, we must learn to let go of what man values as living the GOOD LIFE.
For we are small and our web is but a string that can disassemble only ourselves.
But all things will continue with or without us and the progress is certainly better than what has been accomplished as of now.
So seek out your principles, remember that the GRANDFATHERS ARE WATCHING YOU….
To carry the thought of traveling the longest journey ever is always to our heart , which is our GRANDFATHER and it is connected to the Universe, as well , as to our MOTHER EARTH.
To remember this, everything you ask for will be given to you.
To carry such knowledge as this, one does wonder how those we call Holy could even think of revenge…
These are my thoughts…Walk in beauty…
Cloud Spencer Eaglebear is a Healer and Teacher from the White Elk Clan, Traditional Ojibway, Eagle Clan & Osage Bear Clan who has learned traditional teachings from The Elders in his own family Clans, and is honored to have also learned from the Lakota Elders.