The following piece is about Learning to Waltz. It arose many years ago, touching on thoughts I have previously mentioned here, albeit with a twist here or there: The Native Americans, as well as ancient seers of other cultures, believe Continue reading Learning to waltz.
… to re-member. Death is not an end, but a transition to another “place” … a transformation from one to another. The wheel turns … and we roll progressively toward re-membering. Granted, this is a perspective. The “mechanics” … the Continue reading Remember to forget …
Most have likely heard the Native American proverb, “never criticize a man until you walked a mile in his moccasins.” It’s a simple enough concept, one that is easily accepted as wise, and just as easily dismissed during the ramblings Continue reading Walk a mile.
A number of years ago I came upon a book by Jamie Sams called Dancing the Dream. There, I read a story that was shared among the Native American people. Bringing it here, from memory, to share with you in Continue reading Remember.