Tag Archives: Sacred Stories

Announcing “The Heart of the Elder”

Hello dear readers, I have been away from here for a few months, but there is an exciting reason. I am thrilled to announce The Heart of the Elder: Good Elders and Their Influences, written with the nationally-known and wonderful teacher, … Continue reading

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Lessons of the Trickster: Coyote

Indigenous stories do not have obvious heroes. Beings are not easily divided into “bad guy” or “good guy.” The moral is often obscure. In fact, many of the stories are not for children.  Some of the scenarios deal with the … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Sacred

If you and I walked into a public place and asked each individual there to define sacred,  we would get a different answer from every person. Yes, sacred does means many different things. On a simple level, sacred is often … Continue reading

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A Story of Goddess Isis

Here’s a bit of a story about Isis and Ra.  I’d enjoy hearing what you think of it. Ra, the mighty Sun God, had grown indifferent to those he ruled. Indeed, He had held the throne of the Two Kingdoms … Continue reading

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