Love. Light. Tribal. Perspective.
The roof is on fire: In my opinion, organized religions function like Walkman’s in an iCloud era. As ridiculous as it may sound – it is quite possible – religious bureaucracies may not ever desire reform for their classic methods. We
The good, the bad, and the all-inclusive: From a tribal perspective, everything has a purpose in nature, in spirit, and in time. There may be many things that occur (in a single life) that discomforts us and appears terribly unfair
Greed as gospel: As one of the most economically disenfranchised groups in the United States, wealth has never been something the American Indigenous have ever had to consider. We’ve yet to feel the trickle-down effect from affluent religious groups or
Behave or Giants will eat you!: For indigenous cultures everywhere, we’ve survived and struggled harmoniously with nature implementing valued practices, stories, songs, lessons, examples, etc. of our collective groups, to express the importance (and meanings) of life and each individual