Thursday, February 09, 2006
at the tribal council meeting of all dead souls
so let us get this straight- you’ve decided to honor the dead and not the living who are the embodiment of the dead that you are honoring because the one who is living carries too much of the dead one who you are honoring’s energy?
and this serves your community?
yes. it teaches the youth you cant be like the dead one who be that as it may-is giving the song or the word or the art-one cant be like them
well you cant expect to do what they did and live like they lived without reaping the exact same consequences- if you’re gonna carry that much of the dead’s spirit that it wears on you the exact same way then it’ll wear on you the exact same way.
and this serves your community well?
yes. because it teaches that in this world one has to learn to get along with others- their will be no anarchy.
and this serves your community to the highest good?
then in doing this particular type of reaping and sowing- how will that be reflected back on those of you who made this law?
we have a system.
yes the system is that once they are dead then they will be honored and it balances out that energy
then what about natural disasters- hurricanes, floods, tornadoes and things of that nature or as you said-energy?
oh that’s God’s doing we are not in control of that
yes we are not in control of that and that has nothing at all to do with taming wild beasts
oh…ok…ok…carry on then carry on…oh and prepare for as you said God’s doing because in that particualar way of reaping and sowing – the universe reaps and sows also and in honoring the dead and denying the living who embody the dead that you honor you are in fact spitting in the wind
then is there another way?
the balance is in honoring both- the living and the dead- that is the balance