Chief Seattle (1786-1866) of the Duwamish tribe, also known as Chief Sealth was a prominent figure among the American Indian people. The city of Seattle, Washington had been named in memory of him. Chief Seattle is remembered for the famous speech he gave at a large outdoor gathering in Seattle on March 11th, 1854 concerning the concession of native lands to the settlers.
The desired future of humanity is to learn systemic balance from nature. Taking the entirety of nature as a standard, we need to make human nature integral like this, as it is in the world that surrounds us, for we are the most developed inner part of nature but egoistically developed, and this says that it is very bad. No matter what we do
If you feel that everything is 100% controlled from Above, this is wonderful! It’s very good if you feel that the Creator leads you and you are walking together with Him. The two of you are together in every movement, “body and soul” (with the body being your desires, and the soul – the place where you
Thich Nhat Hanh is a Buddhist monk, teacher, author, poet and peace activist. He joined a Zen monastery at the age of 16 where he studied Buddhism as a novice, and was fully ordained as a monk in 1949. His teachings and practices aim to appeal to people from various religious, spiritual, and political backgrounds, intending to offer mindfulness practices for more Western sensibilities.
Glenn Beck gave his greatest speech ever at the ‘Christians United for Israel’ Washington Summit in support of God’s chosen people.
Shabkar Tsodruk Rangdrol (1781-1851), was a great Tibetan Yogi famous for his affection and concern for animals. His attitude was an expression not only of personal sympathy and aesthetic appreciation but was also rooted in his understanding of Buddhist teaching.