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None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free

None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free

Thanksgiving time- Pilgrims and Wampanoag... To each their own...my home is the home of peace

Thanksgiving time- Pilgrims and Wampanoag... To each their own...my home is the home of peace

SummerDreamz

SummerDreamz

13 Sacred Keys

13 Sacred Keys

Dingen waarvan ik hou...

Dingen waarvan ik hou...

Mitakuye Oyasin - Honors the sacredness of each person's individual spiritual path, acknowledges the sacredness of all life (human, animal, plant, etc.) and creates an energy of awareness which strengthens not only the person who prays but the entire planet.

Mitakuye Oyasin - Honors the sacredness of each person's individual spiritual path, acknowledges the sacredness of all life (human, animal, plant, etc.) and creates an energy of awareness which strengthens not only the person who prays but the entire planet.

Eigen werk, schilderij van boeddha met lotusbloem. Buddha with lotus flower, one of my paintings. Kaartje2go - creagaat boeddha

Eigen werk, schilderij van boeddha met lotusbloem. Buddha with lotus flower, one of my paintings. Kaartje2go - creagaat boeddha

come i raggi dello stesso sole come le onde del mare come frutti dello stesso albero rinfrescati dalla stessa brezza  Mitakuye Oyasin - siamo tutti collegati

come i raggi dello stesso sole come le onde del mare come frutti dello stesso albero rinfrescati dalla stessa brezza Mitakuye Oyasin - siamo tutti collegati

Chanunpa, The Peace Pipe:  Chanupa, is the Sioux language name for the sacred, ceremonial pipe and the ceremony in which it is used. The Chanunpa is one means of conveying prayers to the Creator and the other sacred beings. The various parts of the pipe have symbolic meanings.  Lakota tradition has it that White Buffalo Calf Woman brought the Chanunpa to the people, to serve as a sacred bridge between this world and Wakan Tanka, the "Great Mystery"

Chanunpa, The Peace Pipe: Chanupa, is the Sioux language name for the sacred, ceremonial pipe and the ceremony in which it is used. The Chanunpa is one means of conveying prayers to the Creator and the other sacred beings. The various parts of the pipe have symbolic meanings. Lakota tradition has it that White Buffalo Calf Woman brought the Chanunpa to the people, to serve as a sacred bridge between this world and Wakan Tanka, the "Great Mystery"

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