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Carole Blodgett
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  • Danielson, CT
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Water Is Life Walk Howsatunnuck (Housatonic) River at Howsatunnuck River Source to Sea

May 15, 2018 to June 13, 2018
A SacredWater Walk ~ Source to Sea ~ May 15 – June 13, 2018 A healing walk for the SacredWater of the Housatonic River and all life that this SacredWater sustains within its Watershed. http://waterislifewalk.org/See More
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"Here is the Historical Women's Declaration written in collaboration with many women from different origins together with the Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) Traditional Council of Kahnawake. This Declaration is on the official website of the Venezuelan…"
Dec 14, 2017

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I have founded Nurture The Children (NTC) 28 years ago. I share my love, respect and gratitude for Mother Earth, Father Sky and all who walk, swim, fly, and grow upon her. I believe that we need to Nurture through Nature because Mother and her life blood our SacredWater are my best teachers. I have been sharing with our children through nature and now also through the SacredWater. In 2011 Wakan Tanka took me from Sundance to the SacredWater. NTC is now hosting it's 8th Annual Water is Life Walk. I invite all children and Youth to come and Walk with us. We need adults as to mentor the youth, we are trying to give the youth leadership opportunities. We need to bring them back to the Water and the Land to bring them and help them to know who they truly are. This is the only way I know to strengthen them, to up lift them, to carry them over the hate, anger and dispare. Peace, love and harmony is what the Wiwanyag Wachipi way of life has taught me.

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At 12:07pm on December 14, 2017, Marie-Claude Lacroix said…

Here is the Historical Women's Declaration written in collaboration with many women from different origins together with the Kanienkehaka (Mohawk) Traditional Council of Kahnawake. This Declaration is on the official website of the Venezuelan Consulate in Montreal. and has been so far translated in French, English, Spanish, German and soon in Russian and Arabic! Thank you for helping us share this peaceful information to all. Skennen Kowa, Great Peace to you

http://www.consulvenemontreal.org/noticias/17/10/consulado_general_de_venezuela_en_montreal_canad_visita_a_reserva_ind_gena_kanhawake

The video version with beautiful images of the ceremonial garden at the Longhouse: https://youtu.be/JdvoktYMX5kDeclaration%20English%20Final.pdf

At 6:32am on August 25, 2011, Starchild said…
Welcome!
At 8:12am on May 8, 2011, Sky Caudill said…
Hey there Carole, nice to see you here. Many blessings as you begin your travels. I shall begin my journey here in a couple weeks.  Blessings!  sky
At 6:54am on April 29, 2011, Velma L. Houser said…
Dear Carole, May you have great inspiration and success in your endeavors, your Vision.
Velma
 
 
 

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