Feb 19, 2019-- "The relationships that exist between people and place are often memorialized through defining words that merge into story. As Indigenous people, our lives comprise these words and the stories that they illustrate. These words and stories paint a picture that brings into form all of the elements of our existence. They provide a clear view of our unique cultural landscape, and they offer us a defined sense of place within the world. In order to fully recognize our place in creation, we must realize that our stories are not the only stories that are being told. Every living thing has its own creation song, its own language, and its own story. In order to live harmoniously with the rest of creation, we must be willing to listen to and respect all of the harmonies that are moving around us." Drawing from her heritage and also from her experience as an activist and attorney, Sherri Mitchell addresses crucial issues of our time, and offers timeless wisdom. (9295 reads)
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Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been.
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