This is one of the best one’s yet!


“Let us put our minds together as one.”

–Irving Powless, Sr., ONONDAGA
If we sat in a circle and put an object in the center of the circle and we all described what we saw, everyone would see different points of views from each other. Some would even see opposites because they would be sitting on opposite sides of the circle. In other words, you don’t have to see what I see for you to be right. In fact, everyone in the circle is right based on their own point of view. If we are willing to listen to everyone’s point of view, then we can get a more accurate description of the object in the center. This is one way to put our minds together. When we get the clarity from each other, we should give thanks and be grateful to each other.

Grandfathers from the four directions, guide me today with Your wisdom from the east, from the south, from the west and from the north.

2 Comments on Elder’s Meditation of the Day – July 27

  1. disneyphile says:

    How can you be stressed?? That’s a great guidance you just posted – I love that one. 🙂


    • B.E.M. says:

      *hugs back*

      I’m not stressed over this entry.

      I have a conference I am planning at work, and I am the ONLY staff person. I have one volunteer coming one day next week and that is it! I’m busy busy busy…plus I need to find a new roommate by Aug. 31st.

      The stress is “low lying”, not too bad.

      This meditation was inspiring. It’s what our relationship with our fellow souls is all about. 🙂

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