What You Don’t Know…

What you don’t know can’t hurt you, or so we have been told. But in reality, it is what you don’t know that creates all the problems. Here in the West after World War II we read the ads and believed them, not knowing that the fertilizer we eagerly bought to lace our lawns, killing […]

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Salmon Says

1)   You humans are into planning the future. You have lots of plans. How are they working for you? 2)   You make plans for your children too. How is that working? 3)   Salmon plan in our fashion. We plan that our children will come home once they have grown up and that they will have […]

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Wish I Could Go Back To Sleep

  Grumbling Woman wakes while it is still dark. She stumbles outside, rubs her hands roughly over her eyes, and looks around. “Wish I could just go back to sleep,” she moans. She covers her face with her hands and makes the sounds of misery. Water rolls by. “Why?” it asks her. Grumbling Woman does […]

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Conversation

In this painting, who is talking to whom? And who gets what? And in what form? Bear talks to Salmon: “Happy to meet you, Mr. Salmon…” Salmon talks to Bear: “Nice day, Mr. Bear…” I think not. But there is conversation. And it is palpable in the instant before Bear catches Salmon or Salmon flips […]

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Unified Body, Mind, Spirit

circling above, circling below, circling within, the Source, of all.  power and strength renew, from the inside, looking out. from the outside, looking in. Bear cub’s dream. dreaming the dream. being the dream. Source reveals it’s self. All relatives are alive. Mother Earth’s soul fully heard. Humble Warriors Unite Unifying, Body, Mind, Spirit.     […]

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Incandescent Thirst

A droplet of water lies somewhere beneath and above where I once stood. Sprung from an abyss, a vortex, a poorly disguised portal to the World Maker’s workshop, the droplet now becomes a mountain spring. Water’s caress of creek side reminds me of that which I have taken for granted, for far too long. Sprung […]

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Embracing Our Potential to Be, Do and Have Whatever We Can Dream

Embracing Our Potential to Be, Do and Have Whatever We Can Dream Icicles surrender, along with granite memories of time past, broken and born in the stillness of Winter. Youthful, fresh and fast waters are rushing now. Rock and water and minnows moving as one. one mission purposeful. An ocean awaits the new born, A […]

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Circles and Cycles

 Unseen, but for water filled clouds, sun’s light greets Mother Earth in a Spring time way. Rebirthing songbirds sing, awakening those whom will listen, with all that is good, and new, and with ever deepening joy. Rain drops from heaven raise their angelic Spirit. Countless cycles pass, while Frog’s song is sung. Each year, […]

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Homecoming

Homecoming Sand Cranes share their ancient voices on high today. Canada Geese, circling, in great numbers, harmonize. Light heartedness transforms a sun bright day. Northern homelands anxiously await home comings. Snowy White and stoic, Egret pauses, waits, watches. A painted white porch, a rocking chair. Empty now, still and longing, thermal winds of time stir what […]

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A Powerful Young Voice

Click Here for Tube Video Her name is Ta’kaiya Blaney of the Sliammon First Nation in British Columbia, a powerful voice for the future of this Earth. She begins: I was told as a younger child about the times when there were children my age and they would go down to the beach and they would […]

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