Elder’s Meditation of the Day February 5

elder57“Let the person I serve express his thanks according to his own bringing up and his sense of humor.” –Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa), SANTEE SIOUX

“It is better to give than receive.” But it doesn’t really matter if we are giving or receiving. There is an identical feeling associated with both. We get this feeling every time we receive. We can’t control when we receive gifts but we can control when we give gifts. Therefore, the more we give, the better we feel. When we are given gifts, or someone does something for us, it is the Indian way to honor this person.

Great Spirit, let me honor and be respectful to those who are good to me today.

2 thoughts on “Elder’s Meditation of the Day February 5

  1. Hi there! I just wanted to say that I really love these Elder Meditations. I have always read and enjoyed your blog, but was never a huge commenter. I apologize for that. Now that I am blogging again I only follow a few blogs from the people that I really like and respect, yourself included, so I hope to be more interactive from now on. I hope you are having a wonderful, love-filled weekend! ♥

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    • Greetings Serena, It brings me joy that you like the Elder Meditations and that you enjoy my blog. I share with you that I also am not a huge commentor either. There is no need for apology, just the fact that you find some fulfillment from the postings is more than enough. I missed you during your time away and I am happy that you are back! It further brings me joy that you have chosen my blog as one of the few that you follow and thank you Serena for your kind words of respect and I honor your desire to become more interactive in the future! You have shared some of your love that has added to my love-filled weekend, thank you for that and most of all thank you Serena for being You! Much love & blessings.. Sharing what resonates with me.


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