"As we "walk thi red road" may do this in everup-lifting, with love in our hearts and spiritual Blessings witthin our quietness in our hearts.and with much forgivness within our hearts, souls and within the depths of our good hearts...
Chief Phil Lane Jr. is an enrolled member of the Ihanktowan Dakota, Yankton Sioux Tribe and Chickasaw First Nations and is an internationally recognized leader inhuman and community development. During the past 45 years, he has worked with Indigenous Peoples in North, Central and South America, Micronesia, South East Asia, India, Hawaii and Africa. He served 16 years as Associate Professor and Founder and Chairman of the Four Worlds International Institute at the University of Lethbridge,…See More
"Ich'-hi-ye Broher Phil;
the words that have left your lips are from Shin-d'-ly himself!
Thank you from every fiber of my soul! I must now begin the study of these words!
Thank you again and Blessings to you and your…"
When I read your comments on Chief Lane's page, "It is truly heartbreaking that we must tolerate these injustices, but some of the humans are starting to come around, they are listening, they are heeding... May you walk in beauty," I just wanted you to know how profoundly moving it was of you to say that. Many blessings to you and yours - Steve
White Bear, thanks for your healing and inspiring comments on the film. I was so saddened when I learned of our people's high drug and alcohol abuse rate. I hope this film can be part of the process back out of the bondage of abuse. I wish you peace, and justice!