An advocate of traditional living and natural spirit teachings. Topics address concerns to do with wellness and balance in life as well as environmental enrichment. A student of native teachings from Ojibwe Elders, Algonquin language based people, living throughout the Great Lakes Region of the US and Canada. The audiences for presentations vary from youth to elderly.
Monday, September 16, 2013
It was a dream. The day the sun came up !
The first day the sun came up white. No one noticed all that
much. Some greeted it as they do each day.
The second day the sun came up yellow. People seemed to go
on in their normal way. Many would pick up there weapons of choice.
The third day the sun came up red. More people seemed intent
on hurting one another.
The fourth day the sun came up brown. The people felt bitter
The fifth day the sun came up green. The people stopped and
The sixth day the sun came up black. The clouds were filled
with soot from fires, pollution from modern technologies, ash from volcanoes,
smoke clouds from explosions of war. The earth was scorched and bare. Animals
were few and birds did not sing.The
people were fearful
The seventh day the sun came up blue. The people put down
the weapons and gave thanks.