Last night when I went through some notes i found this piece, consider it an omen.
No coincidence, for today, precisely two weeks ago, I was at Earl Meshigaud’s (Potawatomi Tribe) when he said at departure: The fair-skinned men will bring our ‘teachings’ to the Rainbow tribe. So it is with pleasure that I share this piece with you:
In the past, Sacred Warriors battled for the protection and survival of their tribes, and for personal satisfaction. This is still true, but in our Age, the definition of “tribe” can vary. The Sacred Warrior who travels on “A path with a heart” must find her own sacred battlefield. The fight may be for justice, or peace, or respect—whether personally or publicly.
Many Sacred Warriors fulfill the Native American prophecy of the “Warriors of the Rainbow” that says,
“When the Earth is sick and dying, all over the world people will rise up as Warriors of the Rainbow to save the planet.”
This prophecy is furthered by the words of a modern Native American/Eskimo who says, “Great are the tasks ahead, terrifying are the mountains of ignorance and hate and prejudice, but the Warriors of the Rainbow shall rise as on the wings of the eagle to surmount all difficulties. They will be happy to find that there are now millions of people all over the earth ready and eager to rise and join them in conquering all barriers that bar the way to a new and glorious world! We have had enough now of talk. Let there be deeds.”