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On Rolling Thunder Prayer
Posted by Crann Maor (Columbia, South Carolina, United States ) on 07/11/2011
5 out of 5 stars

The other day I watched a documentary on how the pacific rainforest in the united states was being cut down. At one point in the film I saw the image of trees falling and crashing to the ground. Something I did not expect happened to me while sitting there watching images of a forest gone, and mighty giants falling down.

Something came over me this deep, deep sadness, as those trees fell, I fell felt them dying one by one, I felt their anguish. For two or three hours I cried and sobbed and felt this horrible pain and anguish like something I never have experienced before, it was trully soul wrenching. I realized after this point to not forget those beautiful trees and to celebrate them, and to celebrate life, the plants, the birds, the animals, other people, fish and anything unmentioned. Life is to experience, to be happy, to love, and be thankful!

I realized at that point that anything I do as a human being will effect everyone and everything. We are here to make the planet beautiful, that all the problems of the world can be solved and that we can really do it. I think we are at a turning point. I can feel it deep in my heart, the point between when this reality falls away and the a new one is born. This prayer is simple and true It speaks to my soul, a prayer like this is a map to guide all life back to the origin.

Many Thanks, Much laughter, Much Joy, Much Peace, and Much love


On Rolling Thunder Prayer
Posted by Sema Nini (Sedona, Arizona) on 05/18/2011
5 out of 5 stars

As a member of the Little River Band of Ottawa Indians, I appreciate the prayer for earth healing of Rolling Thunder.