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Good morning on yet another sun filled day.  Going through my morning mail I had the pleasure of finding this beautiful piece of music.  As I enjoyed the ambiance it surrounded me with, I thought about Ancestors’ Day, in Perfect Liberty (PL) it takes place on the 11th of each month.

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Through this ceremony we express our gratitude for the love and virtues of our ancestors and ask for their protection and guidance se we can continue to live the PL Way.  In today’s world, it also embraces our friends, mentors,peers, all those who have through their interaction with us, have helped us understand life, and grow in a positive and meaningful way.  This ceremony is performed every 11th. at 10 am. in the church.  All ar welcome to join us.

Someone once wrote that they discovered that talking to people anywhere, whether on plans, trains, busses, standing in line at the supermarket,being open to listen, to share, smile… often turns into a valuable lesson.

When we live the PL Way,(with GOD) we always have the JOY and AWARENESS that is not affected by life’s ups and downs.

namaste          –          oyashikiri

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Comments on: "Cherokee native morning song" (5)

  1. As always, wonderful words, reminders and images! Thank you.

  2. I really enjoyed that Cherokee Morning Song. Thank you for sharing.

    • you are welcome, the more I read and research into the lives of the Native Americans, in USA and Canada, I see a similarity in some way, of how the Europeans tried to make inroads into China. I was out looking at cameras today, do you have a favourite?

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