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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 Be The Light We are Seeking.....My Friend, May God's Peace and Love Be With You Each Day.........
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The Holy Spirit will guide you
with * Light * & † Truth † & ♥ Love ♥ Our dear ones are alive, but in another sphere of existence.

They are there, they see us, send us signs sometimes (which we do not always see).

When they leave our plan, we are sad, sometimes our grief is such that we fall ill.

We must not forget that they see us and that our pain disturbs them, prevents them from moving forward, from continuing their evolution.

Of course, we need a time of mourning, crying, despair.

But then, the questioning comes: Where is it? Where is she ?

Then, by dint of searching, of inquiring, of seeing signs, one realizes that they are alive, even if one can not see them.

From this moment, we can no longer doubt, we no longer doubt.

Then something wonderful happens:

We do not send them our sorrow and sorrow anymore.

They know then that we have understood, that we know that they are happy and free.

And, our way of talking about them with joy fills them with happiness. ......... ........ Why did God create it all? Why did God create us? We're objects of God’s love. Now what did God expect in return? God expects ( Love. ) God created the whole human race based on Love. . But, for us humans we can Love , because God gave us free will. We humans are able to respond, reject, hate, love, etc. So why did God bring Satan into our world? Remember the Garden of Eden, well that was just the introduction of how the human race and Satan are in the God’s plan and will. With Satan on the scene, our choice could be exercised, the choice whether to respond to God’s Love or not, or else our free will could not be exercised. We are all here for this very reason, our Creator created the human race to prepare us to fellowship with Him. The free will choice is ours to make. Now, Satan will do everything in his power to keep you from the truth, but God gave us His Word, which is the Truth. Jesus Christ did the work for us all to be saved. God gave us the Holy Spirit to guide us and to teach us. God continues to pour out His Love to us and it’s up to us to respond back with Love, the choice is ours to reject it or not. God knew men would sin, so God already had the Salvation Plan set up, so we all can be redeemed. God only wants true believers in His Heaven that respond to His Love with love in return. To them that love God He has prepared things that no man hath seen or heard. Yes, we may suffer here on earth, yes we may be persecuted or harassed or hated upon for our beliefs, but just remember the world too hated Christ. We are not here to please men, but to please God. Pray for one another , pray for them who lose their lives for their Christian faith. Don’t take any of your time for granted , ( Our tomorrows are in our Fathers Hands )
May the Grace and Love of Our Lord be with you , My Love also be with You , God Bless, Sincerely with Love from Joy .. Related image Angel Of Light








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Happy new week dear friend!!hugs Anna

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08/19/2018 22:22:47

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08/19/2018 22:19:10


HAVE A GOOD WEEK....



08/19/2018 20:27:57

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Sweetie!


Won't you tuck me in?


MUAH!


Love always, Annette, "That'All!"



Annette Hanshaw sings "Kiss Your Little Baby Goodnight" recorded on November 26, 1926 one month after her first audition.

The song is by Walter Donaldson and Charley Straight.

Issued on Pathé Actuelle 32230 and on related labels.


Annette Hanshaw "Kiss Your Little Baby Goodnight" 1926




       

       
       
       



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Have a blessed day... Creator Blessings... Carol Anne..xx




 
Elder’s Meditation of the Day

“If a child hasn’t been given spiritual values within the family setting, they have no familiarity with the values that are necessary for the just and peaceful functioning in society.”
–Eunice Baumann-Nelson, Ph.D, PENOBSCOT

When we are born, we start with a beautiful empty mind ready to be given our beliefs, attitudes, habits and expectations. Most of our true learning comes from watching the actions of others. As we watch our family or relatives, whatever their actions and values are, so will be the children’s values and acts. If we see our families living a just and peaceful way of life, so then will the children. If we see our family shouting, arguing, and hateful, so will it be for the children. The cycle of life – baby, youth, adult and Elder is all connected. If the older ones have good values, it will be connected to the children.

Oh My Creator, If There Are Values I Have Missed, It Is Not Too Late. I Can Get Them From You. Teach Me Today Your Spiritual Values. Respect, Trust, Giving, Honesty, Wisdom – Teach Me These....

© Don L. Coyhis - Th Four Seasons


The Piqued Buffalo-Wife

Once a young man went out and came to a buffalo-cow stuck fast in the mire. He took advantage of her situation. After a time she gave birth to a boy. When he could run about, this boy would go into the Indian camps and join in the games of the children, but would always mysteriously disappear in the evening. One day this boy told his mother that he intended to search among the camps for his father. Not long after this he was playing with the children of the camps as usual, and went into the lodge of a head man in company with a boy of the family. He told this head man that his father lived somewhere in the camp, and that he was anxious to find him. The head man took pity on the boy and sent out a messenger to call into his lodge all the old men in the camp.

When these were all assembled and standing around the lodge, the head man requested the boy to pick out his father. The boy looked them over, and then told the head man that his father was not among them. Then the head man sent out a messenger to call in all the men next in age; but, when they were assembled, the boy said that his father was not among them. Again the head man sent out the messenger to call in all the men of the next rank in age. When they were assembled, the boy looked them over as before and announced that his father was not among them. So once again the head man sent out his messenger to call in all the young unmarried men of the camp. As they were coming into the head man's lodge, the boy ran to one of them, embracing him, said, "Here is my father."

After a time the boy told his father that he wished to take him to see his mother. The boy said, "When we come near her, she will run at you and hook four times, but you are to stand perfectly still." The next day the boy and his father started out on their journey. As they were going along they saw a buffalo-cow, which immediately ran at them as the boy had predicted. The man stood perfectly still, and the fourth time, as the cow was running forward to hook him, she became a woman. Then she went home with her husband and her child.

One day shortly after their return, she warned her husband that whatever he might do he must never strike at her with fire. They lived together happily for many years. She was a remarkably good woman. One evening when the husband had invited some guests, the woman expressed a dislike to prepare food for them, he became very angry and, catching up a stick from the fire, struck at her. As he did so, the woman and her child vanished, and the people saw a buffalo-cow and calf running from the camp.

Now the husband was very sorry and mourned for his wife and child. After a time he went out to search for them. In order that he might approach the buffalo without being discovered, he rubbed himself with filth from a buffalo- wallow. In the course of time he came to a place where some buffalo were dancing. He could hear them from a distance. As he was approaching, he met his son, who was now, as before, a buffalo-calf. The father explained to the boy that he was mourning for him and his mother and that he had come to take them home. The calf-boy explained that this would be very difficult, for his father would be required to pass through an ordeal. The calf-boy explained to him that when he arrived among the buffalo and inquired for his wife and son, the chief of the buffalo would order that he select his child from among all the buffalo calves in the herd. Now, the calf boy wished to assist his father and told him that he would know his child by a sign, because when the calves appeared before him, his own child would hold up its tail. Then the man proceeded until he came to the place where the buffalo were dancing. Immediately he was taken before the chief of the buffalo-herd. The chief required that he first prove his relationship to the child by picking him out from among all the other calves of the herd. The man agreed to this and the calves were brought up. He readily picked out his own child by the sign.

The chief of the buffalo, however, was not satisfied with this proof and said that the father could not have the child until he identified him four times. While the preparations were being made for another test, the calf-boy came to his father and explained that he would be known this time by closing one eye. When the time arrived, the calves were brought in as before, and the chief of the buffalo directed the father to identify his child, which he did by the sign. Before the next trial the calf-boy explained to his father that the sign would be one ear hanging down. Accordingly, the calves were brought up for the father to choose, and he again identified his child. Now, before the last trial, the boy came again to his father and notified him that the sign by which he was to be known was dancing and holding up one leg. Now the calf-boy had a chum among the buffalo-calves and when the calves were called up before the chief so that the father might select his child, the chum saw the calf-boy beginning to dance holding up one leg, and he thought to himself, "He is doing some fancy dancing." So he, also, danced in the same way. Now the father observed that there were two calves giving the same sign and he realized he had to make a guess and he did so, but the guess was wrong. Immediately the herd rushed upon the man and trampled him into the dust. Then they all ran away except the calf-boy, his mother, and an old bull.

These three mourned together for the fate of the unfortunate man. After a time the old bull requested that they examine the ground to see if they could find a piece of bone. After a long and careful search they succeeded in finding one small piece that had not been trampled by the buffalo. The bull took this piece, made a sweat house, and finally restored the man to life. When the man was restored, the bull explained to him that he and his family would receive some power, some headdresses, some songs, and some crooked sticks, such as he had seen the buffalo carry in the dance at the time when he attempted to pick out his son.

The calf-boy and his mother then became human beings, and returned with the man. It was this man who started the Bull and the Horn societies, and it was his wife who started the Matoki



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