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Makituk Pingwartuk - Man

At nearly 2 feet, this man is the largest of Inuit artist Makituk Pingwartuk’s ceramic sculptures that are in my wife’s family collection. The man appears to be singing and this suggests a story of some kind that probably we will never know. 243 more words

Photography

Forest restoration: A humble beginning

Among the seven sub-tribes of the Mangyans, the Alangan is a small community of indigenous people (IP) who try in their simple ways to protect the forest, their ancestral land. 462 more words

Featured

Morning Prayer 4.8.15, Tuesday in the 10th Week of Ordinary Time

You are great, O Lord God; for there is no one like you, and there is no God besides you, according to all that we have heard with our ears. 3,014 more words

Jesus Christ

Saving a Soul, Saving the World

Many activists, empaths, including so-called Way Showers and Light Workers have it deep in their hearts the genuine intention to save the world. This, because they have been moved, touched deeply by what they see around them – suffering, injustice, tragedies, pain, deaths. 693 more words

Allu Kuy

Oceanic Mythology (Polynesia section)

Oceanic Mythology, Roland B. Dixon, 1916

  • Free at sacred-texts.com
  • Read April 2015
  • Rating: 1/5
  • Recommended for: miserable pedants


I’m excited to be finished with Australia and moving on to New Zealand! 514 more words

Australia

Life on the Seven Seas

Originally published by RiAus on 31st July 2015.

Everything is affected by climate change. From the mountains to the bottom of the ocean, our every action can have an impact on the world around us. 772 more words

Being Human

Makituk Pingwartuk - Small Seal

This is the smallest seal made by Makituk Pingwartuk, of Kingnait (Cape Dorset) that is in the family. It is about the size of my thumb. 204 more words

Art