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Tōku Reo Tōku Ohooho — My language, my awakening

It was February this year that I wrote a wee little blog post that outlined how I felt about my Māori heritage. Little did I know the amazing feedback I would get from Pākehā, Māori who felt like this too and other indigenous people who felt exactly the same. 815 more words


“Life is what happens to us while we are making other plans” ~Allen Saunders. Or explaining why we can't

A little ancestor《worship》to start. Don’t worry, it has nothing to do with the point, only the tone. Then again, maybe the tone is the point. 540 more words

As A Woman

The Elusive Life Story of Philip Slicker

Note on name spelling: The names in this post are written exactly as they appeared in the documents from which they were taken. In the 1870 Federal Census, Magdlena’s name was written as Martha. 1,034 more words



Held 2010.

Ritual to honor OUR ancestors, the mothers and fathers of the varieties of peace and justice movements

Sojourner Truth park, we wander the beach of the Hudson River, the tide is out… 631 more words


Pain-Part 1

Post # 358

We were talking about pain(s) the other day.  The discussion has made me stop and reflect.   I used to talk about faith with a man every summer before he moved away.   323 more words

Speak your truth, seek your purpose. A wealth of knowledge is within you

Here is the card of the day spread for Monday, October 24th.

This is the first spread I have done with the Eco heart Oracle! 216 more words

fire and the Veil

build the Samhain Fires : wood we’ve been gathering

over the Whole Summer & Autumn, now Leaves :

we Cremate the Summer which Was, the Years of Summers… 100 more words