At the Fire a couple of weeks ago before ceremony, before all our guests arrived, during a crisis in leadership, the Chief gathered us around the Prayer Fire. Toward the end, securing the commitments from her people, we continued saying things at the Fire which needed to be said.
Then Dale spoke up. He said that some years ago he gathered herbs for Granny to be given to a patient (cancer). She told him "She's got a strong heart. She's going to make it." He kept gathering herbs throughout that year. Then he finally met the person he'd been gathering for at Grandma's and he was surprised because here was this cheery person named Misa.
When he shared with me what Grandma said about me, it was such a gift and a nudge that that cheery person is the stronghearted one.
It came at the right time when I wasn't remembering my essential cheerfulness which comes from a faithful heart. I need to remember faith.
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