Oki Ni-Kso-Ko-Wa (Hello All my relatives) – This is the traditional greeting in Native American Culture and specifically of all Blackfoot people. My Great Great Grandmother was Native Blackfoot, so I feel particularly blessed to know this honorable greeting.
We are a unique confluence of elements of the universe. We are children of the universe, perfect creations born and reborn in the womb of the universe, a microcosm of the macrocosm. Here we are in the universe, the universe is here in us. In the fullness of the emptiness, we are divine eternal oneness, infinity flowing of creation. We share this space and time like drops of rain and the ocean — we are many and we are one. Here, in the 24K Zone (not a place … an experience), we are interested in improving quality of life, of being well and joyful. So be kind to yourself and to others, for we are all one. We are energy, what we put forth is multiplied or propagated in the universe and reflects back upon us.
Namaste, the divine in me honors the divine in you. Hado ~ vibrations of love and peace.
While pondering the meaning of why we exist I was drawn to create this work to Honor All My Relations. The work is of the past the present and the future that is who we are. When we say All My Relations we (the people) refer to those who are and have been and those who will be. I do so Honor All My Relations and as always walk the Red Path toward the Blue Path so that some day I may join All My Relations and become one with those who have gone before me. For I Am an APACHE and of the People of Turtle Island.
( ☆* Be well & joyful
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Life is good ~ sharing the good in life makes it better.