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Archive for December 2015

Goals for 2016

I am not a big fan of New Years Resolutions as most people do not seem to take them very seriously. While I try to live my day one day at a time I have found that having goals is very important to achieving milestones in my life. So in this spirit I would like…

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2015 year end review for Indian country

As Dickens once wrote ” It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” We saw a little bit of everything in 2015. For me personally I was blessed to travel to different parts of Indian country and these are some take aways I have from what I observed from the various…

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This day in 1890 the Sacred Hoop was broken

Today marks the 125th anniversary of the Wounded Knee massacre where 300 men, women and children were killed by the U.S. Seventh Calvary. And yes this is the same unit that were defeated at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Chief Big Foot, who is from my Tribe, made his journey to Wounded Knee…

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May the Force be with you during the holiday season!

I recently saw the latest Star Wars movie which recaptured the magic of the first three in the series. There are a lot of metaphors in the movie which I have used over the years and May the Force be with you is certainly one of the most familiar. Chebacca is still the best! To…

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Gifts from Indigenous peoples to the world

Since this is the time of giving for many I thought it would be appropriate to share some of the amazing gifts our people have given to the world. The picture above is a carving of the winter solstice which is in Chaco Canyon in New Mexico. This of course was accomplished by the Anasazi…

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