Sunday, March 09, 2008

For Wolves and Sky

GREAT SPIRIT open their hearts that they may abide in your endless wisdom, and always fallow the true path.

"Wolves have been long regarded by
Native Americans as teachers or pathfinders.
Wolves are fiercely loyal to their mates,
and have a strong sense of family while maintaining individualism.

"In the stars, Wolf is represented by the Dog, Sirius,
thought by many aboriginal tribes to be the home of the "Ancients."
It seems to be through this connection
that Wolf has come to be associated with ancient teachings.
Wolves are probably the most misunderstood of the wild animals."

Tales of cold bloodedness abound,
in spite of the their friendly, social and intelligent traits.

"They are truly free spirits even though their packs are highly organized.
They seem to go out of their way to avoid a fight.
One is rarely necessary when a shift in posture, a growl,
or a glance gets the point across quite readily."

"Traditionally, someone with Wolf Medicine has a strong sense of self,
and communicates well through subtle changes
in voice inflection and body movements.
They often find new solutions to problems while
providing stability and support
that one normally associates with a family structure".

Today, "the wolf represents the symbol of our wilderness, a world which man has long since forgotten. We are just now making the attempt to protect and preserve the wolf as an endangered species. The future survival of the wolf depends on whether this mystical creature can been seen at last, for what it really is - an exceptionally interesting part of our wildlife heritage and an outstanding representative of that wilderness, which we are belatedly trying to preserve."

"One must understand the wolf in the wild to truly appreciate his inherit right to exist. In their own world, wolves can maybe teach us to see their species in a new light. Have we waited until it is too late to learn to understand this mysterious yet highly controversial animal and give them the acceptance they deserve? Do we dare take a new look at the wolf, to see what is really behind that mask of the myths formed from our own fear of the wilderness, a world yet untamed?"

Debra McCann.


To love one another, is all that makes life worth living.
Like myself; my friend Sky has been very sick this Winter. As this most gracious and noble child of the Most High recovers, I hope you will all continue to send her your best prayers and thoughts.

My Wolf Maidens Greeting
I have an undying love affair and romance with the greatest show on earth...LIFE! Namaste' to all fellow earth aliens :0) I hope you feel most welcome here and come back to visit from time to time, perhaps leave your own thoughts and mark to remember you by. I LOVE to meet people and hear their own story. I do feel with my every being, that every morning the sun rises to refresh our souls, and every sunset is honored as a gift, for we are not granted a tomorrow. I have the now to share, and hope you catch the same wild disease
A wolf's best friend is Skylar; she is so nice. I wish I were a wolf!

Wolf song (Shamanic version)

1 comment:

sky said...

Namaste' Walt wow what a heart of gold you truly have, that was very nice of you to say but it also makes me blush quite humbly. I am FINE, I have continued to live, continued to wake each morning, and give blessing for that simple ceremony :0) work does not stop if I get ill, I'll just be ill with soul that's all.

You truly are a beautiful creative writer I so enjoyed your words. They could not speak more truth than when you say, that to understand the wolf in the wild is indeed learning some appreciation of what it takes to live like that, most importantly their inherit right to do so freely and without the prejudice.

The entire week-end was spent working at the university on a wildlife rehab course, very exciting!

You have been in my thoughts! and pray you are feeling better. Metta Walt dear keeper of the heart, you truly live up to that.

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