We can only be what we give ourselves the power to Be. ~ Native American Proverb Priscilla Gardunio Wolf, Storyteller and Dreamer – I am from Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. My dream in life was to become an artist in school. But I was told by my teacher I would never succeed because I was […]Read More Live Your Dreams!
Looking behind, I am filled with gratitude. Looking forward, I am filled with vision. Looking upwards, I am filled with strength. Looking within, I discover peace. ~ Native American Saying Shaylin Shabi-Young, Navajo, the First Miss Native American USA. Most people call me “Shay.” I am born from the Bitter Water Clan and Water’s Edge […]Read More Black Sheep of the Flock Can Shine
You have to look deeper, way below the anger, the hurt, the hate, the jealousy, the self-pity, way down deeper where the dreams lie, son. Find your dream. It’s the pursuit of the dream that heals you. ~ Billy Mills, Oglala Lakota Sioux Sarah Ortegon, Eastern Shoshone, Northern Arapaho & Basque – Office Manager, Artist, […]Read More Let Nothing Stop You!
“Forgiveness says you are given another chance to make a new beginning.” ~ Desmond Tutu Natalie Sunflower, photographer and survivor. I am first spirit, woman, mother, daughter, and grandmother. I was adopted by my Chiricahua Apache uncle when I was in my late forties. He was the one who prepared me for the Red Road, along […]Read More I’m Still Here!
“A very great vision is needed, and the man who has it must follow it as the eagle seeks the deepest blue of the sky.” ~ Ta’ Shunke Witko (Crazy Horse, Oglala Lakota Sioux) Alessandra Celletti, Italian pianist and lover of Sacajawea. The Natives have always been in my heart. I love their way of life, their respect for the […]Read More Sacajawea Flies Across the Sea
Scene description from the screenplay, Sacajawea, The Windcatcher —It is late afternoon, on the banks of the Missouri River, Three Forks. Enemy warriors crouch behind a stand of cottonwood trees. They watch smoke rise from a bonfire above in the village, listening to the sounds of women and children filtering through the air. Boinair (Sacajawea) […]Read More She Was One of Them
“We are Spiritual Beings, Indigenous to the Earth. How should we love?” ~ Spirit Wind Monique Wijngaarde – Bekema, Founder of Growing Seeds Worldwide Foundation — I’m also known as “Moya.” My Foundation is based on my promise, as a 16-year-old, to my late Surinamese Indigenous (Lokono – Arawak) maternal grandmother, Petronella Amelie MacDonald, to […]Read More “Soso Lobi” Nothing But Love
“The earth would be nothing without the people, but the man would be nothing without the horse.” ~ Author Unknown Kimberly Clarke, Hochoka Director, Healing with Horses — I was born to a family by half Native American blood, brought in by Daniel Israel Boone who fraternized with natives along the Yadkin Rivers of North Carolina. The […]Read More Horses of Hochoka, the Healing Circle
Warrior Woman Spirit – I have come a long way since my life as a single mother, but I have never forgotten all I had to do to give my children the life and security they deserved, and that I deserved. ~ Susan Hickman SaterRead More Even in despair, you can rise!
Scene Description from the screenplay Sacajawea, The Windcatcher – Boinair’s (Sacajawea) life as a child is filled with love, family and friends… Her people are nomadic, following the buffalo in season. Sometimes food is abundant, and other times scarce – but always they believe the Great Spirit cares for them and brings them everything they […]Read More Sacajawea with Us