A Cherokee Feast of Days: Many Moons

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Council Oak Books, Apr 1, 2002 - Religion - 412 pages
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Cherokee writer Joyce Sequichie Hifler is back with what she does best - daily inspirations drawn from the philosophy and teachings of the Cherokee and other tribes, combined with her own brand of heartfelt inspirational writing.

Hifler has a message of help and encouragement for every day of the year, and each page carries a quotation from Native American figures such as Black Elk, Sequoyah, Chief Seattle, Black Hawk, and many others, providing examples of lives lived in peace, beauty, and harmony.

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User Review  - rsubber - LibraryThing

Here's a tidbit from this collection of daily meditations from a Cherokee point of view.... "The Cherokee people stand upon new ground. Let us hope the clouds which overspread the land will be ... Read full review

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User Review  - angel111 - Overstock.com

This is an excellent way to start your day! It connects me to the world as a whole and brings new meaning to each day. Great tool for getting centered within and making me realize the beauty around me is part of my whole being. Recommend to anyone looking for a new meditation book. Read full review

About the author (2002)

Hifler is a nationally syndicated columnist and best seller author of inspirational books. She is ddescended from the Sequichie family, grew up in Cherokee country in Oklahoma, and was inducted into the Indian Territory Hall of Fame.

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