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Healing the Heart through Waiting

 

Last updated 4/8/2020 at 3:09pm

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As Indigenous people across North America, we are known for being a people group that wait. Historically, Indigenous people have waited and relied on the different seasons. We have waited for berry picking seasons; we have waited for various hunting seasons; we have waited for seasons of the land freezing and thawing. Then through colonization we have waited on the government and churches to come through with their promises.

We know what it is like to feel blessed because we have been a people that used to make use of everything right in front of us, such as using every part of the buffalo...



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