A Return to the Sacred

I seem to be stumbling across a number of articles these days that express, far more beautifully than I can, my own philosophical orientation to life and the need to return to a very vital, sacred part of human nature which has been lost to the commodifying, consumerist culture that has, over time, impoverished our spiritual selves.

This is what I wish we all could do for our children and ourselves.

It is called:  Remember Your Song




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  1. #1 by Neil Gordon on October 14, 2012 - 9:25 AM

    Wow! Reminds of Bruce Chatwins Book “Songlines” >>>Song, sacredness, the body etc. Thanks!!!

    • #2 by sistertongue on October 15, 2012 - 11:41 AM

      Glad you liked it, Neil. These are the points of light and the small reclamations of our highest selves that I believe can guide us all through the seemingly dark road we are traveling at the moment.

      I think of the quote: “When you are standing in the light, you cannot see into the darkness, but when you stand in the darkness, you can see into the light.” We are in the dark at the moment with regard to our collective future, but there remain the lights of ancient traditions here and there, willing and able to guide us through if we let their most sacred intentions lead us.

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