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Billy Howell-Sinnard
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Posted on December 23, 2010 at 4:00pm

Billionaires giving away half their wealth

" the divine teachings equality is brought about through a ready willingness to share. It is commanded as regards wealth that the rich among the people, and the aristocrats should, by their own free will and for the sake of their own happiness, concern themselves with and care for the poor. This equality is the result of the lofty characteristics and noble attributes of mankind." ~'Abdu'l-Bahá, from Foundations of World Unity, 1911-1912…


Posted on August 5, 2010 at 2:50pm — 1 Comment

Prayer for humankind

O Thou kind Lord! Thou hast created all humanity from the same stock. Thou hast decreed that all shall belong to the same household. In Thy Holy Presence they are all Thy servants, and all mankind are sheltered beneath Thy Tabernacle; all have gathered together at Thy Table of Bounty; all are illumined through the light of Thy Providence.

O God! Thou art kind to all, Thou hast provided for all, dost shelter all, conferrest life…


Posted on June 20, 2010 at 6:31pm

The Sacred Tree

"Then I was standing on the highest mountain of them all, and round about beneath me was the whole hoop of the world. And while I stood there I saw more than I can tell and I understood more than I saw; for I was seeing in a sacred manner the shapes of all things in the spirit, and the shape of all shapes as they must live together like one being. And I saw that the sacred hoop of my people was one of many hoops that made one circle, wide as daylight and as starlight, and in the center grew one… Continue

Posted on June 8, 2010 at 3:20am

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At 3:27pm on September 3, 2012, Linda Covey said…

Billy, I loved your poem about trees, the one-leggeds.. I want to eventually publish a book of my photos of trees along with the stories accompanying them. A huge someday goal.. hope your health issues are better-so true what you said. I've been in a health situation the past year that has brought me to my knees and forced me to look at issues such as do I want to die at my post-or not--or does it truly matter. Ha! Bottom line, not my choice and doesn't matter. Please give Lynn my love and tell her I said O Si O, hello! Linda in China

At 1:41pm on August 9, 2011, Carol Petersen said…

Dear Brother,

Just to let you know you are in my thoughts.  I send you aloha.


At 3:23pm on July 1, 2011, waldenthree coordinator said…
Billy Howell-Sinnard Comment:I'm happy you liked my poem. Yes, we still have a ways to go to do what Martin has asked.  DIscussion:  Hope you will keep on writing poems and keep sharing .  It's a gift you have and ohers have to strneghthen our individual, family, and community spirits.  But let us also connect on "community to community basis" as we can acrooss America now as many are hurting, 13 million+ in fact.  They have no jobs, and cannot find one.  We can link community to community by help creating jobs, and partiipate in the workforce training such as in "Reforestation", that will help the "healing process" and put food on the table, and prepare our young ones for picking up skillis and motivation for the future.   Martin Luther King was a "great mind" but so was Henry David Thoreau before him, and the Native American spiritual cultures that is linked spiritually and in action. 
At 5:02am on June 29, 2011, waldenthree coordinator said…
Billy Howell-Sinnard Comment: Thanks for honoring Martin Luther King with your beutiful poem. But we need now to go beyond that and do what Martin Luther King inpired us to do, and put food on the table for our family, and motivate our kids, especially teens + to prepare for careers of future rather than be involved in negatives such as gangs or substance abuse .  You as everyone else at the Men's Lodge have recieved my pre-proposal template for a focus on "Reforestation" as "pragmatic passion" to do something now, on a indivdiual, family and community levels via a focus on "Forestry Job Creation" as is possible now.  Comments most welcome ! 
At 3:38pm on March 14, 2011, Billy Howell-Sinnard said…
"Do harm to nobody; pray for all; try to make your light shine in the world and let your banner fly high in the Heavens. The beautiful perfume of your noble lives will permeate everywhere. The light of truth kindled in your hearts will shine out to the distant horizon!"   --'Abdu'l-Bahá
At 6:01pm on January 20, 2011, Billy Howell-Sinnard said…
"Heal yourself - your physical and spiritual bodies. Regenerate yourself with light, and then help those who have poverty of the soul. Return to the inner spirit, which we have abandoned while looking elsewhere for happiness."-- Willaru Huayta, QUECHUA NATION, PERU
At 6:59pm on January 4, 2011, Doug Banner said…

Sorry for the confusion. I think we are in total agreement. I have been studying these things for over 30 years and the main focus of my work is in the deep cultural meaning of story. In my work I have found at least three definitions of the word myth in the world. One is a myth is a lie. That's the derogatory definition used in modern times. The second is old stories that tell the origins of people and things. The Western academic world has often referred to  Greek and Roman stories as myth and stories of indigenous populations have been called folk tales or legends. Even Joseph Campbell referred to the stories of Africa as the "quaint mumbo jumbo of the African witch doctor." The actual definition of myth is those stories that guide a culture's behaviors, values, and relationships toward the outer and inner world.

Is this making more sense?

What Joseph Campbell did offer, and what I believe to be true, is that the stories of our time are not doing the job of guiding us in the ways that myths (stories) are meant to.

(At this point I often go off into a discussion of how advertisers are the new storytellers and how destructive these ads are to our Kids)

There are those of us that believe that there is great wisdom in the stories from the past and it is the role of the storyteller to bring those stories forward in a way that the wisdom can be understood in the present. I was an elementary school teacher for nearly 30 years and I was stunned to realize that kids don't know the stories of their own heritage.They think video game characters are real heroes.

I feel like I am starting to ramble a bit so I will end here. I am more than willing to discuss story and all it means to humanity and I appreciate your willingness to ask the questions. my website is: a href=">">>; there are some other articles there as well.

Be well

At 2:28pm on January 4, 2011, Doug Banner said…

Thanks Billy,

When I speak of myth I speak to the stories that the elders shared with us in order that we learn to live the right path with all things. Now that many of my teachers have crossed over, most recently my own father, I find that I am no longer sitting at the knee of my elders but I am becoming one. What a responsibility this feels to be. Now I must step forward and help the young ones in the same way I was taught. It is good to have so many fine brothers and sisters with whom to share this journey. Blessings in the new year.


At 2:23pm on January 1, 2011, glenn gannon said…
please forgive me my friends such a long time has elapsed since i spoke to you last it is a long story but i continue to extend my hand of friendship and peace to all you my brothers of the earth i am a member of the irish indigenous travelling people who have for centuries suffered at the hands of successive irish goverments that treat us like second class citizens welcome no where wanted by none except our own people our plight is similar to you in the americas my brothers. peace to all Glenn Gannon
At 4:10am on October 11, 2010, Billy Howell-Sinnard said…
"The troubles of this world pass, and what we have left is what we have made of our souls; so it is to this we must look—to becoming more spiritual, drawing nearer to God, no matter what our human minds and bodies go through.” --Shoghi Effendi

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