The Spirit Helper, an old Cheyenne Indian Prayer, a Guest Post from Tom Mills

It’s good to remember every now and then that we are never alone:

“When you are alone, or troubled, or need a helping hand

Close your eyes and think of me and speak my name out loud

And I will come.

Look for me in the sky of a summer day,

Listen for the sound of my footsteps on the path,

Lift the rock and I am there.”

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6 thoughts on “The Spirit Helper, an old Cheyenne Indian Prayer, a Guest Post from Tom Mills

  1. A lovely thought. As I took my morning walk each of these places — the sky, footsteps and a rock reached out to me and I was taken with how well I am supported in these days of my life. Then your post appeared! Thank you

      • you are welcome. i had left my phone at home as I try occassionally to go without it, but wish I’d had it as the sky was so special and I could have had a great shot. But it is definitely in my heart and mind.

        • I know! Every day I wish I had a camera that could capture the beauty all around me. I think, in the case when we don’t have one, it was meant for our hearts and minds but I always wish I could share what I see. Thanks for sharing your wonderful perspective, Sandy.

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