Monday, May 12, 2008

I Am Of The Earth by Anna Lee Walters

I am of the earth
She is my mother
She bore me with pride
She reared me with love
She cradled me each evening
She pushed the wind to make it sing
She built me a house of harmonious colors
She fed me the fruits of her fields
She rewarded me with memories of her smiles
She punished me with the passing of time
And at last when I long to leave
She will embrace me for eternity
by Anna Lee Walters

Earth Song Michael Jackson

book the spirit of native america The Spirit of Native America: Beauty and Mysticism in American Indian Art [Paperback]
I remember asking (in my head) what was life for, why did anyone (or anything) live, and why did I live. At that point death to me was a word that represented very little fear. I had seen things die, animals and such, and I heard of people dying and saw evidence of it. I remember thinking that from what I could tell or see, there were only two things that were "real", and the wonder of both: life and death.

--Talking Indian: Reflections on Survival and Writing
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I hope you like it too, Milou:-)


amit said...

hi, i just want to say that life is only for loving and caring others. it does include growing in any field for helping and knowing about nature, that has made us.
helping and maintaining life is the purpose.

Mainon.Kochek said...

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Sym said...

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