Category Archives: First Nations

Bigotry


When bigotry does rise what part of us then dies? Much Spirit becomes lost; that is the final cost. Our wisdom of the past in ‘progress’ fire we cast for our ‘truth’ so unreal; the coin in which we deal. … Continue reading

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I Stand


I stand because the guilt is mine; I know that I must hold the line. Forefathers failed; they knew the law it was just greed and love of war. Though riches made soon fell away; their karma struck at end … Continue reading

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When?


When men become more gentle and the forests live in peace; When will it come, when will it start, when will the violence cease. We’re like a tribe that’s lost it land, a species lost it’s place. What will be … Continue reading

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Corporate Care


“For The Love of Money” their motto read and they don’t care if the planet’s dead. There’s corporate to think of – corporate need; it’s not like it’s about profit or greed. We have shareholders who need their gain; we’re … Continue reading

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On Shadows


There’s Shadows on my Spirit, there’s Shadows on my Soul, there’s Shadows on my heart that make me feel less whole.. The early generations; the ones who came before they released those Shadows when they opened wide the door. The … Continue reading

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Sometimes


We stand upon the precipice of all our lives have sown and look out on the garden of all that has now grown. Can we be proud of what we’ve done; the future left behind? Have we left behind us … Continue reading

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On Belonging


I’m reading a book at the moment called “Aboriginal Men of High Degree” and it’s given me fresh and deeper insights into the world we overran a bit over 200 years ago. Why have we trapped these wondrous Souls? What … Continue reading

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