Who are they?
Maybe the next 20 minutes might answer some of these questions for you:
How might a Gang of women on motorcycles make a difference?
In a couple of minutes you can find out:
It’s amazing what anyone can do with a little compassion.
Did it make a difference to the Invisible Children?
Who are they?
Do they matter?
Is it possible that the Homeless in our Community have creative ability?
Is part of the solution to Homelessness developing self confidence amongst those less fortunate?
The next 15 minutes might give you a different perspective:
If this woman with autism can achieve her dreams, what might the rest of us do?
Take ten fun filled minutes & find out:
Have you ever seen a Caterpillar turn into a Monarch Butterfly?
Take 1.5 minutes to watch:
Is it possible that we could break out of our skin into something more beautiful?
Might we do it without leaving our body?
It depends on who we see is within our body.
If our beauty is not attached to our body, then might we evolve internally & show a completely different outward appearance?
Are we actually who we think we are with or without our body?
The point might be, now is the time to discover the inner beauty that brings well being.
I was reading the Biography of Russell Means recently & came across the above term.
Wikipedia: “The Great Spirit, called Wakan Tanka among the Sioux and Gitche Manitou in Algonquian, is a conception of universal spiritual force, or supreme being prevalent among some Native American and First Nation cultures. According to Lakota activist Russell Means a better translation of Wakan Tanka is the Great Mystery”
Is the Great Spirit the creative force behind all of nature & humanity?
Does it express itself through our creative capabilities?
That got me to thinking that the creative abilities we have come through our mind.
How does the heart fit in?
If we are self oriented, isn’t that just a ‘mind’ function?
When the heart is involved does that become the doorway to love?
Is love & creativity combined the connection with the omnipotent, the immortal?