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Dear God , Grant That I May Radiate Thy Light, Thy Love, Thy Healing, Thy Joy, and Thy Peace, to All Those Around Me Keeping All Those in My Thoughts & Prayers . May This candle be a candle of hope for all your children who love one another unconditionally , May we all walk in Love & Light among one another , May your Light & Angels surround each and everyone of us Radiating your love , Each and everyday Amen May Angels Guard You Through The Night And Keep You Safe Til Morning Light Related image Be The Light

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05/20/2018 18:05:44

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http://youtu.be/k6EEvqtqtMs ~ Native American Sacred Prayer......
Hold on to what is good even if it is a handful of earth.
Hold on to what you believe even if it is a tree which stands by itself.
Hold on to what you must do even if it is a long way from here.
Hold on to life even when it is easier letting go.
Hold on to my hand even when I have gone away from you."
~Pueblo Blessing ~
Sending you many great spirit blessings my precious brothers and sisters...Enjoy your  sunday  and stay safe....WIith honor and respect and love always...Creator Blessings...
Native American message: "We are all related" (from Russell Means)
"We who are clay blended by the Master Potter, come from the kiln of Creation in many hues. How can people say one skin is colored, when each has its own coloration? What should it matter that one bowl is dark and the other pale, if each is of good design and serves its purpose well."
~Polingaysi Qoyawayma, Hopi ~
ORIGIN OF OUR TRIBAL FLOWER -- THE TRAILING ARBUTUS - Ottawa
Many, many moons ago, there lived an old man alone in his lodge beside a stream in the thick woods. He was heavily clad in furs; for it was winter, and all the world was covered with snow and ice.
The winds swept through the woods; searching every bush and tree for birds to chill, and chasing evil spirits over high hills, through tangled swamps, and valleys deep. The old man went about, and peered vainly in the deep snow for pieces of wood to sustain the fire in his lodge.
Sitting down by the last dying embers, he cried to Kigi Manito Waw-kwi (the God of Heaven) that he might not perish. The winds howled, and blew aside the door of his lodge, when in came a most beautiful maiden. Her cheeks were like red roses; her eyes were large, and glowed like the fawn's in the moonlight; her hair was long and black as the raven's plumes, and touched the ground as she walked; her hands were covered with willow-buds; on her head were wreaths of wild flowers; her clothing was sweet grass and ferns; her moccasons were fair white lilies; and, when she breathed, the air of the lodge became warm and fragrant.
The old man said, "My daughter, I am indeed glad to see you. My lodge is cold and cheerless; yet it will shield you from the tempest. But tell me who you are, that you should come to my lodge in such strange clothing. Come, sit down here, and tell me of your country and your victories, and I will tell you of my exploits. For I am Manito."
He then filled two pipes with tobacco, that they might smoke together as they talked. When the smoke had warmed the old man's tongue, again he said, "I am Manito. I blow my breath, and the lakes and streams become flint." The maiden answered, "I breathe, and flowers spring up on all the plains."
The old man replied, "I breathe, and the snow covers all the earth." "I shake my tresses," returned the maiden, "and warm rains fall from the clouds."
"When I walk about," answered the old man, "leaves wither and fall from the trees. At my command the animals hide themselves in the ground, and the fowls forsake the waters and fly away. Again I say, 'I am Manito.'"
The maiden made answer: "When I walk about, the plants lift up their heads, and the naked trees robe themselves in living green; the birds come back; and all who see me sing for joy. Music is everywhere."
As they talked the air became warmer and more fragrant in the lodge; and the old man's head drooped upon his breast, and he slept. Then the sun came back, and the bluebirds came to the top of the lodge and sang, "We are thirsty. We are thirsty."
And Sebin (the river) replied, "I am free. Come, come and drink." And while the old man was sleeping, the maiden passed her hand over his head; and he began to grow small. Streams of water poured out of his mouth; very soon he became a small mass upon the ground; and his clothing turned to withered leaves.
Then the maiden kneeled upon the ground, took from her bosom the most precious pink and white flowers, and, hiding them under the faded leaves, and breathing upon them, said: "I give you all my virtues, and all the sweetness of my breath; and all who would pick thee shall do so on bended knees."
Then the maiden moved away through the woods and over the plains; all the birds sang to her; and wherever she stepped, and nowhere else, grows our tribal flower -- the trailing arbutus.
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05/20/2018 14:30:40

annette_hanshaw




Sweetie!


No matter what happens, I'll be here for you...


MUAH!


Love always, Annette, "That's All!" 



Annette Hanshaw sings "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" (from
"Blackbirds of 1928") on Harmony 706. It was recorded on July 24, 1928.

"I Can't Give You Anything but Love" is by Jimmy McHugh (music) and
Dorothy Fields (lyrics). It was introduced by Adelaide Hall at Les
Ambassadeurs Club in New York in January 1928 in Lew Leslie's Blackbird
Revue, which opened on Broadway later that year as Blackbirds of 1928.



Annette Hanshaw "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" 1928


       

       
       
       


Closing Refrain

I can't give you any little thing but love, Baby.
That's the only thing I've plenty of, Baby.
Dream awhile, scheme a while--we're  sure to find
Happiness and I guess all those things you always pine for.

Gee, I'd like to see you looking swell, Oh, Baby--
Diamond bracelets Woolworth's doesn't sell, Baby.
Till the lucky day you know darn well, Baby,
I can't give you anything but love! Nothing, but love..."That's All!"



05/20/2018 10:49:51

Enjoy a Splendid Sunday my Beloved Friend...♥ !





























05/20/2018 10:49:27

Enjoy a Splendid Sunday my Beloved Friend...♥ !





























05/20/2018 08:50:00



05/20/2018 04:41:40

May your Sunday be Happy & Sunny my Shiny Friend...!



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05/20/2018 02:14:16



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05/20/2018 01:30:05

GOOD MORNING MY FRIEND!


       
       
       
       




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