Something to think about …. “Dakota Pipeline suspension …. you think they’d stop? …. Really? …. “!!


~~December 8, 2016~~ 


Not holding my breath!

How many times has “David” really beaten “Goliath”?

Winter is upon them. There are blizzard conditions there.

Obama will be president until January 2016.

Then … we all know what happens.




Dakota Access Pipeline

What happens next?

On Sunday afternoon, December 4, tribe members and their allies cried tears of joy after the US Army said it would not – for now – allow the pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota.
The Army says the plan should be carefully restudied, and alternative routes should be more deeply considered.

The Army’s statement does not rule out approval for the current plan in the future. And with President Obama leaving office in January, many questions still remain about what’s next for the project.

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To start the day …. This too shall pass!!


~~June 3, 2014~~ 

This too shall pass” …. is an adage indicating that all material conditions, positive or negative, are temporary. The phrase seems to have originated in the writings of the medieval Persian Sufi poets, and is often attached to a fable of a great king who is humbled by the simple words.

Some versions of the fable, beginning with that of Attar of Nishapur, add the detail that the phrase is inscribed on a ring, which has the ability to make the happy man sad and the sad man happy. Jewish folklore often describes Solomon as giving or receiving the phrase.

The adage and associated fable were popular in the first half of the 19th century, appearing in a collection of tales by the English poet Edward Fitzgerald and being employed in a speech by Abraham Lincoln before he became president.~~History~~

The phrase appears in the works of Persian Sufi poets, such as Sanai and Attar of Nishapur. Attar records the fable of a powerful king who asks assembled wise men to create a ring that will make him happy when he is sad, and vice versa. After deliberation the sages hand him a simple ring with the words “This too will pass” etched on it, which has the desired effect.

Jewish folklore often casts Solomon as either the king humbled by the adage, or as the one who delivers it to another. Many versions of the folktale have been recorded by the Israel Folklore Archive at the University of Haifa. In some versions the phrase is simplified even further, appearing as only the Hebrew letters gimelzayin, and yodh, which begin the words “Gam zeh ya’avor”, “this too shall pass.”

The story, generally attached to a nameless “Eastern monarch”, became popular in the West in the first half of the 19th century, appearing in American papers by at least as early as 1839. In 1852, the English poet Edward Fitzgerald included a brief version in his collection Polonius: A Collection of Wise Saws and Modern Instances. Fitzgerald’s unattributed version, titled “Solomon’s Seal”, describes a sultan requesting of King Solomon a sentence that would always be true in good times or bad; Solomon responds, “This too will pass away”.


~~”This Too Shall Pass”~~

~Tyler Stenson~


~~Published on Feb 5, 2013~~

The official music video for “This Too Shall Pass” by Tyler Stenson.

From the “Some Days I’m a Lion” LP (2012).

Filmed and produced by Americonic Films.

We ALL are ONE!!