Sacred Category

Five Reasons Grateful for M. L. King, Jr. Day

Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr., saw that still in the second half of the 20th century the descendants of slaves, on whose backs this country’s wealth was built, were still unable to enjoy the promised freedoms, equality, and pursuit of happiness written into the American constitution and law. He accepted the charge to work for the achievement of those […]

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Practice Gratitude with the Avaaz Community

Avaaz Photo I have participated in Avaaz internet actions for years. For those who do not know, in the words of the Avaaz team, Avaaz is an extraordinary community of hopeful, practically idealistic people who choose to sign a petition or donate money when no one is looking. This organization has successfully delivered petitions, with millions […]

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A Christmas Story to Touch Your Heart

WISHING YOU AND YOURS A SACRED HAPPY HOLIDAY

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Welcome to My New Website

My plan was to launch this change in January but my lack of technical know-how created this early inauguration. For all of you dear readers who have followed Rigzenchomo – you will be redirected to my new site skywalker storyteller works (still a WordPress site). This site is still a work in progress. But, you can see […]

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Honor the Living – Native American Heritage Day

The International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers The 28th day of the eleventh month of the year 2320 – around the world the drums beat and the earth shakes with the rhythm of dancing feet. The original ones, the keepers of sacred cultures, called “the people” in their hundreds of languages, celebrate their success for […]

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A State of Grace

Although, Thanksgiving was originally created to celebrate an event that has been distorted by history, now, in this century, we can begin to transmute it into a true time to give thanks. Let’s look at gratitude as a state of grace.The 1999 Encarta World English Dictionary, St. Martin’s Press, defines grace as: 1.  Elegance, beauty, […]

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Khalil Gibran and I

When I was nine or ten years old, as I swept the living room in our shot-gun house in Panama City, Florida, I suddenly thought, I always was and always will be. I wrote the thought in my diary but didn’t share it because, at that time, I was a devout Catholic and we were taught […]

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A Song for All Our Countries

Although this is a song of the Middle East, the heart of it can apply to all of our countries. For the West African countries suffering from Ebola. For the Ukrainians in turmoil. For the Nigerians being kidnapped and murdered. For the immigrants around the world fleeing their countries because of oppression and injustice. Read […]

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The Prince and the Goddess – Ideas, Innovations, Inspiration

It’s time for the Artist Formerly Known as Prince to move over and bow to a new Prince. I discovered Prince Ea on the Facebook newsfeed of a Buddhist friend when I wished her happy birthday. She had posted a video, What No One Wants to Say About Ferguson. From the title I thought he […]

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Redefining Wealth: A 21st Century Perspective

Has someone ever said this to you, “It’s all about you.” Or have you said, “It’s all about me?” Well, it is. Everything is about me, about what I think arising from experience, education, and emotions. Science, from physics to science of the mind, has proven that through the power of thought we do create […]

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