Becoming a Bright Light within the Collective Darkness..
I think at the core of it... We all just want to live in peace, something we think about with much more clarity at this time.. to live with peace .. With sovereignty.. with heart and meaning... watching our children grow in peace and safety... The direction of this world can feel troubling....Deeply knowing what you know is a double edged sword. Yet the tide of light is running, change is stirring..
Where we find ourselves in this current world situation is not all about knowing what to do next. It is about radical responsibility and radical compassion and in turn taking leadership of our immediate everyday lives and nourishing our communities - Working with what is directly in front of us - becoming fully present as possible. Find the courage to stop, a deep stop, blood and bone deep, let yourself crumble and come back to you!! Then rest deeply in self, recover, meet you, meet the truth of who you are, and what is real, there is nothing to do only be present.
I'm convinced the only way we will navigate the coming months is by heart-led leadership... Building and nurturing Community...
For now I will continue to anchor myself and those that I care about.. And nurture Community.. The Circle of Giving is a Circle.. The skills and wisdom I foster was shaped and gifted to me from my Elders... and Good Friends... For me its about using that with integrity, care and consideration... I will continue to teach the little guy with love, all that is in my heart.. for he and his generation are the future..
We All must be a part of a culture of Hope
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What is the greatest thing you can ever give another? Time is the greatest thing you can give!
As we approach Yule we often think about giving gifts, yet time is one of the greatest gifts we can ever give!! this year, give the most inexpensive and yet most precious gift there is: YOU. You may not think much of yourself as a gift and may not even feel you have much to give. Yet you are and so is your time, and why because the time you give, you can never get back, once spent, gone!
When we recall Christmas past, we usually find that the simplest things – not the great occasions – give off the greatest glow of happiness.” —Bob Hope
I will always (not just at Christmas) value experiences over possessions. Possessions are nice, but they rust, fall apart, get lost stolen, break . Experiences can’t be taken from us. They have eternal value, they live on within us...
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