The Nativity

The Nativity

Hail Bravehearts!

A brave new day is forming. A miracle, a birth, a wondrous child, a special gift. Heal oh wounded mortal human, heal and be cured. The world in solemn, pining lay, in wait of this great special day. A child of special thought and strength. A child of aptitudes uncommon. A child of serenity and grace.
Hail, oh mortal human, on this special day of caring, a day of gratitude, of humanity, of oneness, love and sharing. The gifts of giving to each other represent a caring for one another.
A child is born who is truly divine. A child who will sacrifice for all of us.
Brave new world, from darkness emerges a light of hope to fill your hearts. A light that shines in times of trouble, to fill your world with hope and fortitude. Shine, oh light of life and saving, light our ways, oh star of heaven.
And so the prophecy reveals a chapter of a story that unveils a truth of knowledge, wisdom and insight. Grant us the peace to follow the light. Shine on us, oh great wonder. Fill our lives with love and kindness.
From a low and meager stable comes a life of grand and glorious humanity. A philosophy, a religion, previously unheard of, that will change the lives of his followers forever.
Two thousand years and still the hearts of his followers beat in unison for the reserection of their lord.
Hear us, oh mighty savior as we sing songs of praises in your name. Hear us, we are your champions, and still your story unfolds.
Who is this person, so clever and daring, to fight the powers of oppression and slavery? Who is this person, so focused and persistent that he cannot be swayed by the lurking dangers of poverty and despair? Who is this person, who will rise to glory, will feed the hungry and cloth the naked? Who is this person, who walks among us and heals the sick, the wounded, the diseased? Who is this person who teaches kindness, caring, sharing and compassion? Who is this person? How do we call you?
In this time of worldly trouble, where evils stalk us and we dwell in peril, the light of life shines on.
A cure for wickedness, a cure for disease, a cure for starvation, a cure for poverty, a cure for plunder, a cure for strife, a cure for want, a cure for need, a cure for jealousy and a cure for greed.
Join together, oh great human minds. Come together to change the course of a history of war, to a planet of peace and sanity prevailing.
Rise to this day of holy wonder as we praise the birth of a child of grandeur. Great mind, great deeds, great strength and caring. A world of madness, with hope for a cure.
Save us! calls the throngs of thousands. Save us!
And so it comes to pass, on this day in wintertide, that a child is born, named Jesus, who is Christ the King.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=meIDz98MFBs&spfreload=10 the Nativity Story

written By Dr. Louise Hayes
December 24, 2014

The Real Santa Claus

The Real Santa Claus

Hail Bravehearts

The holiday season is upon us, filled with love, light, peace and happiness.
Joy to the world, even nature sings!
Some lucky people witnessed the unusual event of a caribou sighting at Marmot Basin Ski Area, Jasper National Park on December 17, 2014. Eight handsome caribou, made a grand appearance on the ski run. These are eight of only 41 left in the Park.
The significance? Come Dasher, come Dancer, come Comet, come Vixen, come Prancer, come Cupid, come Donner, come Blitzen, and the rarest of them all, the Mountain Caribou.
My photo shows a female caribou and her calf on a snow patch, taken from the top of the Mt Edith Cavel Meadows, in July 2014. We needed binoculars to see them.

http://www.thejasperlocal.com/caribou-make-rare-appearance-as-closures-loom.html Caribou sighting at Marmot Basin, Jasper,Alberta, December 17, 2014

The Christmas season is heralded by a merry old gent in red who brings us gifts of Christmas joy. No poverty during this warm season of friendship, worship and brotherly love. The real Santa Claus is not an elf, but a real person, so revered for his abilities to enact miracles. A marvelous human being with powers so great that he could raise the dead and bring gifts of gold to the needy.

Miracles! The holiday season is filled with joy and fellowship. A miracle of humanity and community sharing, of peace and goodwill. The merry old gent, who fills your stocking, is a saint of immense proportions for humanity. His story is told and his contributions deserve our continued respect. Jolly old St. Nicholas who helped to ease the needs of the poor in his day, is remembered still as Santa Claus.

http://www.stnicholascenter.org/pages/who-is-st-nicholas/ Who is St. Nicholas, the real Santa Claus.

Merry Christmas to all of you. Happy holiday season.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
December 24, 2014

The Dreams of Peace

Hail Bravehearts

Do you see me? I’m in the air that you breathe.
Do you feel me? I’m in the strong hug that comforts you.
Do you hear me? I’m in the songs of the living, both human and wild.
Can you taste me? I’m in the food that nourishes you.
Can you smell me? I’m in your senses. I’m aroma and perfume.
Do you know me? I am your neighbour.
Do you love me? I am the spirit.
Oh great spirit of wondrous love, shine your daily light on us.
This is the season to be jolly, for merriment and joy. This is the season to cast aside all ills and torments and to lay your weapons down. A season to celebrate the gift of giving.
The wisemen brought their treasures, gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. The wonder of creation brought onto the Earth. A special gift.
In our celebration of great joy, great giving, great love and humanity, the gift of sharing and caring for all of the world is the peace of the holiday season.
Peace be with you, oh great wise ones. The world needs your sane and knowledgeable minds. In this time of celebration, of the joy of life, of what the world brings us, of goodness and fellowship and praises. Praises to the world for the joy of life itself. Praises to the world and sing songs of glad tidings. These days are a celebration of peace, of love, of kindness and great joy.
Sing, oh heavenly angels and cure the world of despair. Sing with songs of joy, with all of your voices, with all of your hearts and minds and souls. Cure us oh angels and proclaim your love and devotion, your rapture and your dedication. Sing for all of the world to hear. For as we lay in weary, war torn despair, the Earth, so magnificent, crumbling in ruin, we seek the light of hope, of world peace and of quiet.
The comfort of peaceful negotiation, successful. The relief of war no more. The pain of poverty ended. The gifts of food to feed the hungry. A world at peace, with evil controlled.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cC_1KGP8-RU&spfreload=10 A Christmas Carol 2001

Oh blessed dreams of love unending, of understanding, morals and accepting. The pangs of hardship and grieving lessened by the striving of societies to cure all pain. Cleanse us from the evils of lawlessness. Repair our spirits, our hearts, our minds and our souls. Clean us of the wounds of battle, wash away our war torn sorrow. End the battle, end the evil, send the perils to their graves.
Now in this time of winter’s sleeping, dreaming of a peace on Earth. Send a miracle of blessed savior, a miracle of a blessed birth.
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
December 23, 2014

What the Angels Say

What the Angels Say

Hail Bravehearts
To the joy of this season. To the festivities, the parties, the songs and the sharing. To be a community of caring people, to give and to laugh and to work for a community, a country, all of society. To build a nation, to build dreams, hope, freedom and care. Nurture and care, all living things cherished.
The animals, so quiet, so peacefully keeping watch. The angels heralding the birth of a savior. The wisemen travelling so far to discover. The shepherd, so vigilant, as love becomes creation. The songs of most high are the songs of the angels and they sing the song of praises to all. Joy! Love! Peace everlasting! Goodwill to all of you, oh inspired mortal man! Sing with the angels the songs of triumph, the songs of gladness, the songs of joy. Sing with the angels, the spirit of giving, the love of your neighbour, the sharing and the awakening. The divine inspiration of something new.
Be brave, oh mortal human, the new thought, the new lord, the new world, revisited again. Unite, oh human, share common goals, reach for that treasure of wholesome ideas, the unity of thought for a better world, a better life, a better being.
Joy! sing the angels, to their lord most high, on a date of birth to remember.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HItFqKBAQE&spfreload=10 Kings College Choir

Silently, silently, the world lies deep in wonder, the lord of lords will fill your lives with love and kindness. Peace, oh weary lives, peace, oh wise ones, the negotiation of this season is peace.
Hear the angels as they sing the praises. The wondrous birth of a savior. They sing the scripture in all of it’s meaning. Listen. It’s what the angels say.
For mortal man with mortal error, envy, boldness, contempt and power, hears a word that was not spoken, sees a deed that did not occur. Crafty plotting, crafty planning, bitter dispute of power and madness. Kill! Kill! and war some more.
Hate! It becomes us and cruelty reigns. But hark! The herald angels sing!
Glory from on high, oh blessed saviour. We hear the angelic voices of heaven most high. The will of the almighty, to cure the demon, to cast out the devil and to unite the faithful. Preach! For this is what the angels say and the scripture is their passion, a play out of a life of persistent devotion.
Hail, oh bravehearts, your duty calls you. Come! Join together, feast and enjoy. This is the season of plenty. Merriment and love, laughter and goodwill. Cast aside your wars, your anger, your doubt and sing together with the praises of creation. This season is about wondrous love, creation and gladness and peace to all of you. A mistake in interpretation is only a folly the season is warm with goodwill and joy.
Hail, all humans, do not despair, the angels know the scripture and sing it well.
Joy to the world.
Peace on Earth.
Goodwill to all of mankind.
Love one another.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
December 21, 2014

A Time for Peace

Hail Bravehearts!.

To a strong and brave new day.
The ancients rose to a world of grandeur. Awesome planet with marvels to explore. Awesome human with daring to discover. Brilliant exchange of the marvelous wonders of the Earth, to stimulate the intellect of brilliant human minds. Where shall we go, oh brave ones? Where does the fascinating wonder take us?
The hunters and gatherers followed the great herds of migrating animals. The roaming beasts led them through valleys and plains, following a path of instinct to fertile areas for feeding and mating and bearing their young. The vast herds of wildlife, co-existing with their own predators. The migrating humans, following their food supply, the migrating predator, following their own food supply. A compatible niche of predator prey relations, of environmental sustainability, of the Earth, keeping its ecosystems intact.
The human, with simple needs of survival, but a brain in need of self fulfillment. Go there, oh brave ones and seek the destiny of your fine minds. Oh brilliant inventors, who eased the struggle of the masses, who taught the people to hunt and fish, to build and cook. The need of the brain is high. Explore and adventure, stretch your legs and your minds. Fine humans, to evolve to such greatness, of medicines and industry, of space exploration and travel, of culture and music and games and sport. Fine human, with skills so worthy, the Earth is your home and it saves you.
Plunder no more, oh great ones, for in this festive time of feast and plenty, of holidaying and cheer, of goodwill and peace, the Earth gives up more of its bounty and your stomachs overfill.
We starve!
Where is the food in a world with so much plenty? The starving, again. Our farms are productive, our industry secure. Food is wasted and the people starve.

http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/holiday—celebration-recipes/christmas-recipes Christmas holiday recipes

Yet in this time of celebration and joy, we cast off our burdens and sing with praises: Joy! Joy for the living, joy for the earth, joy for creation and joy for the birth!
It’s time, in our weary lives of strife and struggle, to throw off the chains of pain and animosity and rejoice in the wonder of the heavens and the earth. A time to sing, a time to pray, a time to laugh and a time to play. The joy of creation, where all is one. An Earth of beauty, of prosperity, of hope and caring. A birth of great wisdom, a holiday of peace, to all of you living, this holiday is for giving. The child of wonder, so dear and so pure. To celebrate living, only once a year!
This holiday is for everyone, regardless of everything. Christmas is a time for holiness and love, peace enduring. What represents life and love and humanity, only comes to us, once a year.
Hail, oh brave ones, in this time of gladness, spread peace and joy and love and kindness. A short season of happiness and giving, of love, laugh, life and living.
To celebrate peace, only once a year. A marvelous birth, to bring us great joy. Lay down your weapons and war no more.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
December 20, 2014

To be Strong

Hail Bravehearts

To rise, to shine, to glory. Hear us all the world. Hear us as we shout our praises, shout our joy, our love of creation and the need for peace on Earth. Hear us oh great thinkers, oh great peacekeepers, oh great minds. The unity of the planet is dear to us and the salvation of the great planet Earth is our conquest and our care. There is a time for peace and it is now, now in the quiet of winters sleep, when the Earth breathes deeply and slumbers in rest. Rest also, for the weary need their sleep and the Earth needs peace.
Hail, oh bravehearts, you champions of humanity. The world sees your deeds of greatness and aspirations with awe. So daring, so much courage, so much strength. Oh brave human, whose feats are so amazing, bring us your strength in human caring. The strong, the brilliant, the minds of great people. Cast aside your evils, your devils and step forward. The world needs your mightiness in peace and friendship, in fellowship and goodwill.
Praises, oh great human, for you have built cities, countries, international ties and journeys into space. For what unites us as humans, is great aspirations, great achievement and superb skill. All of us join in the quest to advancement, a quest where competition is not a war.

http://www.un.org/en/peacekeeping/ United Nations international peace keeping

Each day brings us forward, to hurdle our obstacles, to be champions of necessity, to overcome barriers. The need of the planet for diligence in environmentalism, for sound planning and community safety. The need to end the destruction of the forest, the over hungry and over population. Hail, great human for the listening skills that hear the call to rise above it and to end the misery of poverty and starvation.
Hear us, oh great people, of nations so wealthy, of slavery abolished and friendship so needed. Hear us, oh great land of productive harvests, of properly managed estates, of ending urban sprawl. Hear us as we praise you for the collective thinking that motivates us all and sends us to end the plunder of the planet, the plunder of the oceans and the great, marvelous forests. The forest creatures need their forest and the almighty human needs the air.
Praises! For in this time of winter sleep, of winter fun and winter play, the earth needs it’s quiet slumber and us, oh bravehearts need to plan. A life of conquest of yet another mountain, that trail that calls us, the skills of perfected training. The war on the planet kills all of us.
Our skills are of champions, our quest to conquer it all. The adventurer is a daring human, the skills to out manoeuver the competition, to compete at a level that excites us and to win a victory of unmatched achievement. Again and again, we rise to the challenge, to be the competitor, to be the victor, but oh great human, with lives so enduring, hail to all of you, for lives of great courage. For now, in the quiet of winters sleep, the planet calls your name and hails you. Peace, oh great ones, your wars are killing me.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
December 18, 2014

Winter’s Dream

Hail Bravehearts

Wonderful life, wonderful experiences, wonderful joy. A season of giving is awaiting us, full of joy, compassion for mankind, generosity and caring, wonder and glory, goodwill to all of the world.
Oh cherished hope, of life worth living, of kings and mightiness and power. Oh cherished love of all that’s human, all that’s created, all that’s living. Oh cherished wonder of God most high, of beings invincible, and power unconquerable. Live forever, in the hearts and minds and souls of mortal men, who know the logic and reasonability of peace and love and brotherhood. Live forever, oh dear one, and teach and preach forever.
Peace! The sound resonates and fills our ears.
Love! The emotion of all encompassing acceptance.
Brotherhood! And brothers all are we.
The dead of winter is upon us. The earth has covered it’s landscape for a cold winter’s sleep, the bears den and the rives and lakes freeze. The dead of winter, with renewed life, renewed hope. Joy, for in this time of sleep and slumber, precious new life is born!
Praises! Praises to the world! Praises all yea people! Praises all mankind! For new life, new love and new peace will be born to you and you will be filled with gladness! Praises!
Of kings and kings, glory on high, peace on earth and love to fellow man. Of joy and wonder and hearts filled with gladness, oh season of holiness, last all year long, and bring peace and kindness to all of us, on this great, good planet Earth.
The joy of giving, the joy of saving, the joy of creation. Oh wondrous life, oh happy life, for humanity calls us and we all share. Now, in this time, of quiet and darkness, we live in the dream time of eternal peace.
Oh brave new world, where poverty vanishes, where starvation ends, where loves reigns high. Oh brave new world, where peace and compassion and brotherly love are most dear to us. The joy of giving, the joy of living. Oh great wondrous love, to all of the world, peace. Peace. Oh brothers and sisters, peace.
The immortal souls of wondrous humans, of creativity and giving. A gift of love that lasts forever, an eternity of persuasion to be kind and caring. Nurture and care. For in that quiet moment of connected thinking, the world spins with hope for healing. Heal us, oh great masters, the world needs your focused minds and your great deeds. Heal us, oh great masters, your wisdom and knowledge will surround us and keep us whole.
In this quiet time of winter sleep, we wake to the works of the almighty and dream of glory of peace on Earth, of goodwill and hope and comfort. Heal us, oh great masters, your words and deeds comfort us, for we are all just humans here, with frailties and failings and need. Nurture and care. For all of the world needs kindness and giving, love and peace and compassion for all beings. The Earth astounds us with its beauty and grandure and we are so amazed.
Come, almighty ones, focus your brilliant minds and the souls of our ancestors call to us with wisdom and courage. Rejoice, oh brave humans, for all is not lost, the world gives us answers to the questions we ask and the answers to our questions lie in the quiet of the winters dark sleep, where the celestial calls us to rise to glory, to love and acceptance and to shout the words:
Peace on Earth! Goodwill to all men.

written by Dr. Louise Hayes
December 10, 2014