5/22/2006

sacred

"In the absence of the sacred-nothing is sacred-everything is for sale."-- Oren Lyons, Onondaga Chief I'm on a low tumble cycle...thinking...reading...processing...going outside...haven't been here much...but still here. What is sacred to you? What would you do to keep that thing in it's most honored integrity?

6 Comments:

Blogger Ally Bean said...

I'd say that relationships are most sacred to me. And they can only be maintained with honor and integrity.

5/23/2006 05:14:00 AM  
Blogger tariansdream said...

Self worth...
struggling to keep this most cherished value on top is very sacred to me. I am, You are, We are... amazing and wonderful and valuable. Mantra's and daily affirmations, ((chocolate frosting)) ") whatever it takes!!!
I think it is far to easy with all we do to become tired and worn and forget that we are amazing women and educators and healers and beekeepers :)
Self worth........ sacred.

5/23/2006 09:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marriage.
Two adults in love and committed to one another.
No government can or should be involved in legislating love.
Love is sacred and cannot be restricted or made less than.
Any "church" or "organization" dedicated to restricting love is not a sacred, loving, Christian place. If your church is pushing this hatred (though they describe it as love) stop, go to www.ucc.org and find an open and affirming church to attend. This is sacred love. Jesus Christ is all around, sacred.
Stand up for human rights.

5/23/2006 11:47:00 AM  
Blogger pinkcoyote said...

wow, anonymous! that is a strong sentiment. although i am not a christian and do not promote (the idea of) christ's divinity, i admire your dedication to human rights and the sacredness of love. here, here for love-the love of committed individuals, regardless of gender, race and all of those other bigoty concerns.

5/23/2006 11:52:00 AM  
Blogger Wendy said...

Wonderful quote, Pixie. We live quite close to the Onondaga Nation. The most sacred thing that comes to mind was my pregnancy and the birth of my son. So powerful!

5/23/2006 03:29:00 PM  
Blogger Letha Sandison said...

Wonderful quote!!

I hold family and my art sacred. I try to be clear in my intentions and actions,to keep them both pure, honest, open, loving, and true.

I hope you are enjoying your time of reflection and quiet.

XO-Letha

5/23/2006 05:14:00 PM  

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