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Get Off Your High Horse

Posted by sjoperator on August 25, 2017  /   No Comments

Get Off Your High Horse Why is it that we all can’t see that Robert E. Lee sits atop yet another golden calf in a park in Charlottesville, Virginia? The initial golden calf was a …

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The Eagle and The Condor

Posted by sjoperator on April 15, 2016  /   No Comments

The Eagle and The Condor is an ancient prophecy shared by many indigenous cultures in South America’s Andes and Amazon River Basin that calls all of Earth’s people to mend the “Y in the road” …

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“Come Take The Toxic Tour!”

Posted by sjoperator on April 18, 2016  /   No Comments

I saw where 500 indigenous women came together in Puyo, Ecuador on International Women’s Day (March 9, 2016) to denounce the newly signed oil contract between the Ecuadorian government and the Chinese oil corporation, Andes …

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Waterfall. Photographer: Sophia Lyn Sims

Aho Mitakuye Oyasin

Posted by sjoperator on March 25, 2016  /   No Comments

Aho Mitakuye Oyasin – “All My Relations” – is a greeting from the Lakota (Sioux) people reflecting their worldview of oneness, interconnectedness, and harmony with all living things: people, animals, plants, even wind, rocks, and …

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Press Kit Photo 2. Photographer: Sophia Lyn Sims

Passion Lives Within

Posted by sjoperator on January 21, 2016  /   No Comments

Today my friend and PR person said, “Start your BLOG!” Excuse me? I am a 73-year old nun with a broken leg. She could just as easily have said, “Start your JOG!” Both are equally …

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