It is a new video documentary made available through American Indian Services in Lincoln Park, Michigan. I was one of the commentators in the video and was told by two Choctaw women who sit on the Indigenous Panel at the United Nations that the video is worthy of anyone's time. I pray this finds everyone well. warren
Posted on November 22, 2011 at 8:10am
They walk in human form, but they do not belong here. They come from another place and consciousness. My heroes are and have always been the dreamers. Their thoughts and expressions were under an influence greater than human limitations can endorse. They speak and we are drawn to them and listen carefully to their words. Dreamers know and greet each other in a way only they can understand.
An Elder once said, "We are the living dreams of our ancestors. We are the earth and…Continue
Posted on April 19, 2011 at 7:38pm — 2 Comments
After years of trying to process an identity problem, knowing I was Indian and trying to meet white expectations and near to taking my own life because I thought it would be better to be with my ancestors than to live in this world of confusion. I had tried to become a Methodist, Presbyterian, Catholic, Baptist, and Pentecostal. I had tried to become a Republican, Democrat, a Liberatarian and a member of Green Peace. I tried to be a soldier in the Army and admired the Marines, Coast Guard,…Continue
Posted on March 31, 2011 at 8:10am — 3 Comments