Daily Reflective Musing- Your Life Is Indeed What You Make It Personally.

No matter what is handed to you along your journey of Life, eventually your life evolves to how you handle things. At a certain point when we reach our adulthood, we must take the responsibility for our lives and the directions we take. Life is about dreams, your dreams, set goals, attempt to make them happen. If you are stalemated at the first attempt, try again, until you achieve what you desire in your life. 😀 Think about your individual sense of purpose in life. Be your own person and not what everyone else expects you to be. I have drawn this thought from my own personal life experiences and I have never been freer and more happy until I thought and defined this inspiration and many others.  Hugs Family and Friends.~ Aris~
Life is always a matter of choice. Whatever the circumstances may be, you can choose the level at which you live.

You can choose what to think about the various events that play out in front of your eyes. You can choose how to respond to the challenges and opportunities that come into your life.

When you choose to consistently and persistently follow a particular purpose, you will manifest that purpose in the world around you. When you choose to focus your thoughts and efforts on things of meaningful value, you will create more value.

In the next few hours, or in the next few moments, anything can happen. It may be what you planned or it may be a total surprise.

Yet whatever may happen, you can choose what to do about it. Though you are subject to many powerful forces and influences, you can choose the way you deal with them.

The life you live is a matter of choice. Choose wisely, and live richly.

— Ralph Marston–

The Healing of the Nations -Lies in the Leaves of the Trees

Scattered As pebbles on Pebble Beach….

Without Spearhead or Banner….

Native America Seeks Oneness..

Yet the Foundation Stone is Shattered…

Millions of Red Hearts Fragmented…

Separated By the Separationer….

Both Inturnal and External…

Please, Send Your Prayers up in Smoke…

For the Oneness of “The Heaven on Earth”…

With the “Sword of Truth”

We come From Within the Living Ancestry…

Within this One Tribe of Innocents…..

The Euro’Pee’On took advantage Of….

With the Corruption That the Kings Training Was…

Stand Up to Overcome With International Gatherings…

Of Oneness By Consolidationg Our Numbers….

For the Innocent Tribe Came From “Turtle Island”…

You Well*Come’s Home Comes With That Oneness of Spirit….

We Can Heal the Well, to the Clear,Clean,Clear Water it Was…

Just by Re’Turning Home to the One Tribe, One World, and One People…

One Tree is Re’Stored With “Hemp For Fuel” GrandFathered…

By  God/ess Law in “The Healing of the Nations Lies in the Leaves of the Trees…

Stand up and Fight For the Buffalo Spirit In You is the Might…

Look to Our Ancestors With’In….For Illeagle Hemp is a Mortal Sin…

Hemp Trees For Fuel and Cash Crop For The Worlds farmers…

Wopila TaTonka She’Kon….Call on Sky’Woman…..She Talks to Grandfather…

Author: Jerry Strongheart

Source: http://www.causes.com/JerrysReBirthParty?m=d5a8b4ae

“Red Buffalo Rising”

10,000 Peeps Touching 10,000,000 Peeps…

Think Of These Things

Think Of These Things

Gentleness has amazing strength. Where some will dominate others are sweet and compassionate and this gives us HOPE! A gentle person is like cool clear water on a hot day- a refreshing change from hostile attitudes of apathy. How many time we met someone we wanted to admire but couldn’t! They would not trust us to see beyond their protective walls. Caring and friendship was bitterly needed but somehow ignored. To understand these things makes us gentle. It give us the touch we need with every age. Young and old yearn to hear a voice tell them they are so important, so loved, that nothing can make us turn from them. A gentle word is warm sunshine to every heart. A touch that is never forgotten. Truly there is a pleasant sky above our heads this day. There is not a cloud to darken it. I hear nothing but pleasant words.

~ Mongazid~

Author: Joyce Sequichie Hifler

Think Of These Things

Think Of These Things


The greatest tragedy of life is not that we quarrel with our fellows, but that we do not take time to know them.

In his great understanding of man and nature, Thoreau wrote, “Let a man take time enough for the most trivial deed.” Take time.

How often what seems to be an unfriendly atmosphere is only a lack of time. Some of our dearest friends are hidden behind the mask of hurry. And we need so desperately to know each other.

Understanding comes when people are allowed to talk to one another. They discover the ways and needs, the loves and hopes, and the despairs and fears when they take enough time to speak of them. All these things that make for understanding and compassion come from personal contact and the knowledge and practice of good will.

People become more civilized, more peaceful, more as God intended them to be when they take time to make friends out of acquaintances.

To be a good listener endears many a friendship. Everyone needs someone with whom to talk at length on all subjects without later regret. It has been written, “What a great blessing is a friend with breast so trusty that you may bury all your secrets in it.”

And how often we need to be that friend and be the listener, and to make sure we are worthy of that trust.

Listening comes in many ways. We listen with all our senses, knowing many times without having to be told what someone’s needs are. Charles Dickens said that no one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it for anyone else. And it just may be by listening that we lighten another’s load.

Sometimes we listen with our hearts and understand in silence. Sometimes we simply have to put ourselves into a situation to understand all sides of it. And we best do so by listening.

There are relationships in our lives better and closer that the ordinary. Closer yet than brothers or sisters are those with whom we can share all our secrets, we think.

What a sad state of affairs when life imparts that others cannot always be trusted. What a shock to realize we have given all our hearts and bared our souls to people whose curiosity was the only motive that compelled them to listen.

Phillip Massinger, sixteenth century poet, wrote, “I have played the fool, the gross fool to believe the bosom of a friend would hold a secret mine own could not contain.”

Not one of us can testify that we have nothing within our lives and thoughts that we cannot reveal. And many of us have not expressed our innermost thoughts because we have found no one in whom we can confide.

As Shakespeare said, “Many a man’s tongue shakes out its master’s undoing.” Sometimes the loquacious tell their secrets not our of a need to tell them, but out of a love of talking.

One of the greatest feelings in the world is to discover we haven’t told something we cherish very much to someone we once thought we could trust.

Author: By Joyce Sequichie Hifler

The Daily Feast

The Daily Feast

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Few people go through life without some kind of trauma. But everyone doesn’t react the same way. Certain experiences are magnified by pain and kept alive by distressed memory – so hostile conditioning is the result. Our own included. Nothing is ever fixed by glossing it over or covering it up. We cannot change what has already happened, but we can lessen the effect by putting it in perspective. It happened, it hurt, it still hurts. Talking about it makes it more vivid – but writing it in a personal journal takes it out of us and puts it somewhere else. Seeing it in black and white brings it into focus – and ultimately helps heal our wounds.

~ Our eyes are opened so that we see clearly. ~


Elder’s Meditation Of The Day

Elders Meditation Of The Day


Balance is implicit in the Red Road. When you’re on the Red Road, you are in the center. Yet, you do not go to either extreme, and you allow both sides to exist. This is accomplished by continually postponing surrendering to temptation, whatever it may be. It is saying `later’ instead of `no.'” –Dr. A.C. Ross (Ehanamani), LAKOTA

The Sacred Path of life has a middle, a left side, and a right side. As human beings, we are designed to walk this middle path as much as we can. As we walk, we will stray to the left and to the right and come back to the middle. Straying to the left or right side is as sacred as being in the middle. Sometimes we call this straying our mistakes. We are designed by the Creator to walk to Sacred Path of life, and realize that our mistakes are the source of lessons. These lessons give us our wisdom. It is not wrong that we are tempted. What matters is what we do with the temptation.

Great Spirit, today, let me enjoy the Sacred Path of Life.

Daily Positive Thought

Today’s Positive Thought

136-21317 You are a powerful being of light with a purpose that only you can fulfill!

Today’s Positive Thought:

Your truth is valuable. Speak it.

Today’s Positive Affirmation

I am speaking my truth today in love, knowing that it is valuable. I expect others to respect and value my opinions.

Today’s Positive Visualization

In my mind’s eye, I connect to the Divine truth within me. I recognize myself as a channel of God/ess love and wisdom. I honor the gift of unique ideas and perspectives that God/ess has given to me. In my mind’s eye, I see myself confidently and easily expressing my ideas and opinions. I imagine myself sharing with others through the power of love and respect. I imagine myself accepting the opinions of others and having others accept mine. I combine these images with the feelings of joy and let them go, knowing that they will create the good things I am visualizing and thinking.