‘One Prayer’

The most powerful experiences I had during the First Nation-Famer Climate Unity March were spiritual. My experience as a Quaker was to try to live a Spirit led life. I had long had a desire to learn more about Native Americans because it was obvious, even with my limited knowledge, that Native Americans did live Spirit led lives.

However we express our Spiritual beliefs and practices, the fundamental belief is that the Spirit is universal. It makes no sense to believe otherwise. There is no way the Spirit could be limited to any particular group of beings.

The following video, ‘One Prayer’ featuring Chief Arvol Looking Horse is about the chaotic, spiritually disconnected time we live in. About how we are at a crossroad that will determine our future. “We are at the crossroads in a great state of chaos, disasters, tears from our relatives’ eyes. Or we can unite spiritually all nations, all people, one prayer.”

Can we unite spiritually now? Our experiences during the Unity March give me hope that we can. I have contacted the World Peace and Prayer Day website to see how I can join this effort. All nations, all faiths, one prayer.  worldpeaceandprayerday.com/

Mother Earth, she has a fever. Man has gone too far, disrespecting everything. Right now at home the Native American people, they’re gathering to stand up stop the pipeline. We always talk about the black snake where the black snake will be going atop the earth and that is when we will be faced with global disaster. The Native American people believe the black snake is the pipeline.

We have come to a time to face a great urgency. Even scientists are saying we have reached the point of no return. People are so disconnected spiritually. We need to reconnect with the Spirit. Mother Earth is the Spirit. Mother Earth is the source of life, not a resource. 

We are at a crossroads, but there is hope. I have been campaigning to the United Nations to declare June 21st as a world peace and prayer day. People of faith all over the world must be protected. I’m keen to first ask people all over the world to pray with us. To create an energy shift. That is what needs to happen to heal Mother Earth. 

1994 the first white buffalo was born. It was like a needle in a haystack. A message to the world, need to heal us together, survive together, come together. There is no one person higher than the other. There is no one nation higher than the other. We are at the crossroads in a great state of chaos, disasters, tears from our relatives’ eyes. Or we can unite spiritually all nations, all people, one prayer.

Join us at http://worldpeaceandprayerday.com/

 

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2 Responses to ‘One Prayer’

  1. Ed Fallon says:

    Nice. I spoke at DM Valley Friends meeting today and mentioned you and your work on and after the march. – Ed

    On Sun, Oct 28, 2018 at 8:55 AM Quakers, social justice and revolution wrote:

    > jakisling posted: “The most powerful experiences I had during the First > Nation-Famer Climate Unity March were spiritual. My experience as a Quaker > was to try to live a Spirit led life. I had long had a desire to learn more > about Native Americans because it was obvious, even” >

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