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Ojibwa Grandmother Recounts Walk around the Great Lakes

A First Nations Grandmother, Josephine Mandamin,from Manitoulin Island,who walked around Great Lakes talks about importance of water.

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Tags: Americans, Elders, Great, Lakes, Native, Oijbwa, Water

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Comment by Pamylle on May 23, 2012 at 7:26pm

I'm so glad you all appreciated this wonderful Grandmother !

The truth is, we need to open our minds & hearts to the Indigenous Peoples: they are live in the harmony of the ancestors. As folk with Earth-centered spirituality, we sense that the deep reverence for all life is the way to walk.

Comment by Gravedigger on April 14, 2012 at 8:21pm

This is a wonderful share Pamylle. Thanks very much for sharing it. I'd love to give this woman 2 poaches of tobacco. One which she could use as an offering. And the second poach for her, for the wonderful stories she's given us.

Peace

Digger.

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