Saturday, July 8, 2023

The Great Adventure, The Religions Of The Future.


An Adventure springs from the heart.  It fills the soul with purpose and if true in purpose will hound you like hot coals falling from the sun.  Adventures grasp the seeker in a hold that can only be quelled at the end of the journey.  All Adventures begin and end with a journey, be it physical, mental, emotional, or creative, the journey is the road in which the Adventure is experienced, the place the lessons are learnt, and the teachings are taught.  This is the true Adventure.

There are stories in human history of great Hero's.  These folk became hero's only after the stories of their deeds are told and retold until they are etched into history forever making their marks on the minds of human kind.  These Adventures, so great in deed that the names of the journeyers of these paths evoke kinship with the teller and the tale.  For brief moments they are bound and become the Adventure itself.  The listener and reader become the students of impossible histories, the witnesses of a terrible magic the miracles of time and space.  These become our religions.

The Songs of the Norse, the great Adventures of Thor Odin's Son, and Loki the trickster.  Tales of the Greek legends, Zeus, Poseidon, Hades, and their wives and children.  Stories of Creation as told by the Oyate, the people, of Inyan, Topa Tate, Ina Mahka, Wi, and Han Wi all leaving their marks on our creative lives, Wakan Tanka Tunkasila walks amongst us.  Yahweh, Jehovah, Elohim, Ieasua, Issa, Moses, and Muhamad, all taking place in our forever histories.  We have become the Children of the story. 

From our hearts spring the Adventures and from these Adventures the stories of great deeds shared.  These Great deeds write the names of hero's on our hearts.  And in the Space of Time these actions become our life's lessons, our religions.  Every Adventure begins with a Journey, and every Journey starts with that first step.  How will you write your memory on the minds of your future?

Peace and Balance,






  1. Sorry. I had to promise my lovely wife not to start any religions. It's been hard but so far I've managed.

  2. Somehow I knew you were going to say that. It's never the adventurer that starts such things however, it's always the folks following the message that start the silliness.