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As one who has been touched by Native American spirituality through my many years here in the Great Southwest, I have to say I loved this music, Coop. Because I don't understand the language, it is the music itself, and not the words, that speak to me. Which reminds me of when I was in Europe and visiting a vast cathedral in which I blundered onto a high mass being performed in one of its many alcoves. It was in Latin, and it was so compelling, it took my breath away, left me in a state of reverence and awe. If I had understood the language, I would likely have argued with it and missed the beauty of it entirely. Thanks for sharing.

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Yes , I Feel the same way
Thank you for all your shareing and service sis .
I can still remember as a kid going to the latin mass
and it all seemd so exotic , strange yet beautyfull too.

NUH WAH DOE HE YAH DUH { PEACE]



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:biggrin: beautiful :biggrin: Part Cherokee myself...really enjoyed the music...thanks Coop. Picture is amazing too O:) O:) O:) Makes me super happy and cozy to look at...nothing better than a nice cup of tea and a good sunset...Yum!

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44.1.8 It is literally true, “melody has power a whole world to transform.” Forever, music will remain the universal language of men, angels, and spirits. Harmony is the speech of Havona.


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Afternoon friends,

You both gave me a smile. I'm in the Northwest of the US. I have many friends that are American Indian, and I play the wooden Cedar Indian flute. And you're posts makes me think that it's about time to take out my old Martin guitar I've 'not played' for a few years... and string it up and start playing again.

Thanks for the uplift, Brother and Sister,
God Bless,
Bill Bricker


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Hi Bill :D I too am from the northwest....beautiful up here. Nice to have you join us and I hope you do take up your guitar again...great fun indeed.

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Hiyah Bill 8)
I Checkd out the link from your profile ,
and found theres some awesome stuff on it ,
Love your cabin , photos , Kool stories etcetera
IS That skunk still hangin out ?

Do check it out Guys / Gals
http://www.angelfire.com/mt/whbricker/index.html


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Morning to you Fishin' Mom, and Coop,

Thanks much for the 'Howdy'. I do appreciate it :D Glad you liked my website. And every year I have new skunks up here. Use to worry me, but then I found that they made an ok, non-getting to near, pet. Just be really careful :lol:

Fishin'Mom, yup, the Northwest is the best. Too bad we didn't get much snow this winter... hope for rain this summer. Yes, I'm going to get that old Martin guitar out. Just a break to help create some new feelings in me before I start up again.

I'll have to tell you... this site is great! Finally, I have found some like minded people to talk with about the UB and other things related. I guess that is because I've lived out here in this small town for over 30 years now, and not many people I've met out here have read, or heard about the book. I do my best to spread the news, but you have to be careful how you put it out. I know it says that in the UB, and it is very true. But I do my best.

Thanks for the warm welcome friends,

God Bless,
Bill


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