Saturday, November 15, 2014
Charles Littleleaf Native American Flutes
The cold winter is our fourth blessing of the year and a time of illumination for many. It teaches us the best ways to stay warm. We can envy the sleeping animals, trees and flowers because they are cozy and warm in their little habitats. We know that it won't be long before the hummingbirds, geese and the red wing blackbird will be back to tell us that spring has arrived.
We should smile at our cold and snowy lands because it also helps us draw inner warmth from those, and all that we love.
Love is the greatest warmth that exists.