Monday, April 17, 2017


"Grandfather, look at our brokenness.
Now we must put the sanctity of life as the most sacred principle of power, and renounce the awesome might of materialism.
We know that in all creation, only the family of man has strayed from the sacred way.

We know that we are the ones who are divided, and we are the ones who must come back, together to worship and walk in a sacred way, that by our affirmation we may heal the earth and heal each other.

Now we must affirm life for all that is living or face death in a final desecration with no reprieve.

We hear the screams of those who die for want of food, and whose humanity is aborted and prevented.

Grandfather, the sacred one, we know that unless we love and have compassion the healing cannot come.
Grandfather, teach us how to heal our brokenness."

Art Solomon

photography by tiwago

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