|Reviews for Cowboys & Indians|
| star574 chapter 10 . 11/4/2010
Yeah, I'd imagine suddenly hearing Edward in your head would be a little disconcerting.
| star574 chapter 9 . 11/4/2010
Vamps at a pow wow... Now that's something you wouldn't see every day.
| star574 chapter 8 . 11/4/2010
A bar brawl would be rather amusing if you were supernatural... What's the worst that could happen?
| star574 chapter 7 . 11/4/2010
Heh. What's next? 99 bottles of beer on the wall?
| star574 chapter 6 . 11/4/2010
I've never been close to a tornado and I really, really would like to keep it that way.
| star574 chapter 5 . 11/4/2010
Talk about a highly unlikely road trip
| star574 chapter 4 . 11/4/2010
Apodictic law - hadn't heard the term before.
If you haven't read it, you might be interested in "how to know god" from deepak chopra. In a nutshell, man has different god models that correlate to how a person views the world and their self image.
I just recently made some notes to pass along to someone else... Here they are.
7 Stages of God
1 - God the Protector; world of bare survival, full of physical threats and danger
2 - God the Almighty; world of power struggles and ambition, where fierce competition rules
3 - God of Peace; world of inner solitude where reflection and contemplation are possible
4 - God the Redeemer; world where personal growth is encouraged and insights prove fruitful
5 - God the Creator; world that is constantly renewing itself, where innovation and discovery are valued
6 - God of Miracles; world that contains prophets and seers, where spiritual vision is nurtured
7 - God of Pure Being - "I Am"; world that transcends all boundaries, a world of infinite possibilities
Each stage meets a particular human need, this creating God in our own image.
From 1 to 7, wide gap between God and worshippers becomes narrower and eventually closes.
Biological responses are matched up with specific self-image.
1 - fight or flight: physical body/physical environment
2 - reactive: ego and personality
3 - restful awareness: silent witness
4 - intuitive: the knower within
5 - creative: Co-creator with God
6 - visionary: enlightenment
7 - sacred: the source of all
| star574 chapter 3 . 11/4/2010
Love how Esme bites and asks the question, just so Jasper can explain
| star574 chapter 2 . 11/4/2010
Wow. That's a serious reading list.
| star574 chapter 1 . 11/4/2010
Hiya! You've been on my "to read" list for a while, rec'd by miaokuancha.
I read fic on my crackberry, and for some reason your medicinewheel site just won't load on mine. :( I wanted to read there for the best versions but it just didn't work out.
| Jessie07 chapter 11 . 10/18/2010
This is an awesome story! I loved how it wasn't in chronological order (I've never come across a story like that before...or rather one that successfully pulls it off). You wrote the characters very well and I definitly enjoyed reading this story!
| anonymous chapter 5 . 9/19/2010
I really like your story, but you made a mistake a few chapters back. Its not Ghandi - its Gandhi.
| parrotchic chapter 11 . 9/12/2010
"There are many ways to love" - how true. The definition of family is much changed from the 'traditional' mold nowadays and this story of mythical creatures blossoming into a chosen family is an apt symbol for what's becoming the social norm of our day.
| parrotchic chapter 10 . 9/12/2010
I do the same thing as Leah when watching large scale destruction in what I *know* to be a fake TV show or movie. I just cringe - and for the same reason too - never had a lot and now that I've gone back to school I have even less and therefore cringe at waste even more.
| parrotchic chapter 9 . 9/11/2010
I was enthralled by the masculine beauty and grace of the fancy dancers at the one pow-wow I've attended. Every family has at least one member who's 'touched in the head', right? My crazy aunt started doing the "wah wah wah" thing with her hand to her mouth and we had to leave early out of embarrassment.