September 13, 2011

HAWKS AMONG US second edition

Love is eternal.

It favors not the rich or the poor nor any physical distinction.

It reaches into mind, heart, body and spirit and may be expressed

in countless fashions. Love begins and ends a moment, a day, and a life.

Eddie Two Hawks

July 21, 2011


There is no need for temples, no need for complicated philosophies.

My brain and my heart are my temples; my philosophy is kindness.

Dalai Lama

June 17, 2011


What a great fortune it is to have inherited my dad's tools.

 He was good with his hands and choose his tools wisely.

My hands now touch these tools that he once used and at times

 feel his hands on them. It is quite an assortment of tools. He possessed open wrenches

 and socket wrenches, various files, hammers, screwdrivers of all sorts and sizes.

They have helped me many times with all sorts of projects. Today when something

needs to be done these tools provide just the right help because they were chosen

for strength, ease of use, and durability. Every time they are in my hands I think

of him and ask for his advise.

Sometimes a project is not started for weeks.

I know he is giving it some thought. There is something unknown that will alter

the situation this way or that way and what I know about it will change. 

 Whenever is started will be finished in a timely fashion; thanks to the tools

 my dad left me.  

My dad speaks louder through the tools he left behind then

 he ever did while he was alive. These tools tell me more about him then

he otherwise shared with me.

May 23, 2011


Every one is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.
Mark Twain

March 25, 2011


Time has been transformed, and we have changed; it has advanced and
set us in motion; it has unveiled its face, inspiring us with bewilderment and

Time exists in our minds, in our lives, and in our world.

Many civilizations developed methods for keeping track of time.


Imagine with me as time began in an explosion of energy and matter. 

It started in a universe of chaos because in the beginning of 'time' it had

no structure or form. Nuclei organize the atoms  of our

world and the clock  started ticking.

 This beginning was on the  minds of the earliest humans.

Their early art and science recorded the start of our world.

The 'calendar round' went further and suggested when

 'the world as we knew it' would end.


A fragment from 'The Dresden Codex'

The ancient Mayans were among these early  humans

They were exacting time keepers.

Their process for recording time covered not just thousands of years

 but 1000's of millions

 of years.  It included past, present, and future events.

Why was time so captivating for them?


Did you yourself ever wonder about time?

 Did you ever use the word 'when' in a sentence?

 As examples of this, in our day and age you may ask

 'when will the economy get better'?

 or  'when will I get that job?' or 'when will I meet that special someone' of even

 'when will the bus come?' or 'when will I get that raise?'   Now you have the idea.

 Ancient civilizations  used calendars to assist them in determining 'when' an event

did happen or will happen. The Mayans were excellent astronomers and astrologers.

 They utilized the heavens to help answer questions they had while on Earth.

We are not as dedicated to the art of time keeping as the ancient Maya and my sole

purpose here is to whet your appetite for more information. Certainly much

 has been written concerning the Mayan calendar and the potential of '2012'.

Each of us has a piece of this puzzle.


Is it confusing? What is in your heart?

 What has occured to you during this season of change?

Modern communication systems  allow us to share the fragments.

As of this writing the whole picture continues to take shape in the past. present,

and future in a world we call NOW.

The Timeline of the Evolution of Consciousness 


December 31, 2010

In A World

In A World


In a world of doubt

In a world of fear............believe

In a world of hate

In a world of ignorance....choose

In a world of

In a world of taking ..........give

In a world of sorrow.........forgive

In a world of

In a world of hunger ...........provide

In a world of intollerance.....allow

Eddie Two Hawks
Dec. 30, 2010

December 14, 2010


All human beings share common needs.
The need for water; the need for food;
 the need for physical movement;
the need for communication;
and the need for questions answered no
one can answer but the questioner.

Eddie Two Hawks