The greatest distance in the world is the 14 inches from our minds to our hearts.
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Grannies With A Mission

Grannies With A Mission

Feb 10, 2010-- They're 13 grannies, more famously known as the International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers. Facing a world in crisis, these women of wisdom believe that new solutions will emerge if we can shrink our mind-heart distance to zero. Respected medicine women and shamans from the Americas, the Arctic Circle, Asia, and Africa, all these grandmothers say they received the message, through visions and prophecies, that at a crucial historical moment they would be called onto the world stage to help lead the human race into a new era of healing, cooperation and peace. In 2004 they came together in upstate New York, formed the council and set to work: "We believe the teachings of our ancestors will light our way through an uncertain future." (3973 reads)

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