Ride The Waves with Ease

One of the most difficult challenges in life is saying goodbye to a beloved. But in our Cherokee language there is no actual word for “goodbye”; this word is too final. We say “Stiyu”, which means “Be strong”. Now, instead of saying goodbye, we honor their stages of life, while standing strong. Now we know their body's death is an ending to one chapter of life and the beginning of another.

Justifying Judgement or Choosing to Compassionately Face Fears?

The Cherokee Wolf Legend invites us to ask: Which Wolf Are We Feeding? “The enemy is fear. We think it is hate; but, it is fear.” – Gandhi 🎙NOTE: This can be listened to as an audio recording here.🎙 Hello, Friends! Happy mid-March!  What are you up to this weekend?  I hope you’re up to …

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Amazing Arachnids

Teach them a spider does not spin a web. Spiders spin meaning. Cut one strand and the web holds. Cut many, the web falls. With the web's fall, so too falls the spider. Break the web. Break the spider. So breaks the circle of life. - Frederic M. Perrin Spiders. They either invoke reverence or …

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