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"The greatest achievement is selflessness. The greatest worth is self-mastery. The greatest quality is seeking to serve others. The greatest precept is continual awareness. The greatest medicine is t…

"The greatest achievement is selflessness.

The greatest worth is self-mastery.

The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.

The greatest precept is continual awareness.

The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything.

The greatest action is not conforming with the worlds ways.

The greatest magic is transmuting the passions.

The greatest generosity is…
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Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on January 30, 2012 at 8:21pm — 3 Comments

true wealth

True wealth is a peaceful state of mind.

True wealth is abundant physical health.

True wealth is spiritual connection to source energy.

True wealth is emotional wellness.

True wealth is found in serving others.

True wealth is knowledge of oneself, knowledge of one’s environment… and finding and following your mission in life.



In addition:



True wealth cannot be…
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Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on January 15, 2012 at 9:04pm — 1 Comment

Facebook conversation about hippies

Cuz: sorry dale but hippies also do not work so how do they live?

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Dale  Hmmm... I think there's been some mischaracterization of what hippies are like:. I've met plenty of hippies who work, including doctors and lawyers.

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Dale: My latest hippie friend is a military wife who does property management. They are just like you and me but try to live more harmoniously.

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Dale:

When I…

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Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on January 10, 2012 at 3:51pm — 2 Comments

First Gathering: Michigan 1983

I'd been on the road for two years but had never heard of a Rainbow Gathering although I'd met the Love Family in Seattle, the Krishnas in Ft Lauderdale, and a few road dogs here and there. Me? I just traveled, trying to see everything, and my next destination was Quebec. I stopped at the Wedge Co-op in Minneapolis on my way there and found a Howdy Folks for the 1983 World Peace and Healing Gathering near Watersmeet, Michigan. It was only the first week of June, early, but I made my way…

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Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on December 23, 2011 at 8:18pm — No Comments

My story

I'm a small town Iowa guy but cosmopolitan. I hit the road when I was only fifteen, more than 30 years ago. Hitchhiking, 400 miles a day. From British Columbia to Key West, Nova Scotia to Los Angeles and all points in between.



I slept under bridges and in the bushes, under the stars and in the rain. I was fiercely independent and usually self-sufficient. I carried my home on my back and the gear I needed to survive.



Seven years of this. Fortunately, I had an epiphany… Continue

Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on July 17, 2011 at 8:30am — 5 Comments

Stubborn as a Mule

This happened during Thanksgiving Council for the 1985 Missouri gathering.

Daryl had a mule named for the black eye it gave him the first time they met, Shiner. One icy day we tried to teach Shiner how to pull a sled. We had all of the harness on her, everything except blinders. They were nowhere to be found. We had an old car hood for the sled. Daryl and I held her by the halter while three other people got on the sled. We kept our grip on the halter and let Shiner get started.…

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Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on May 5, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Shanti Sena

This is from the seed camp for the first Missouri Rainbow in 1985.

 

I was sitting on a hippy bus with about twenty freaks in the middle of the national forest in Missouri. It was pouring rain, an honest to god torrential downpour. It was raining so hard that another bus had pulled in that day. It was full of canoeists from the University of Missouri, unable to float because the rivers were unsafe. Two of the students were over partying on our bus.…

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Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on May 5, 2011 at 7:29pm — 2 Comments

Peace Pole Pilgrimage to Big Mountain 1984



It was David Crocket Williams Jr. who planned the 1984 Arizona Peace Pole Pilgrimage from Cochise Stronghold to Big Mountain. Wave was the other primary organizer. We all got together in March of 1984 at a regional Gathering in far Southeast Arizona. The plan was to carry the Peace Pole from Southern Arizona to Big Mountain to expand…

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Added by Peaceful Valley Walker on May 5, 2011 at 7:15pm — 3 Comments

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