Whispered Secrets That Kokum Told Me


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In the ages and eons before settlers descended upon Turtle Island, Indigenous people made their homes here, among the trees, rivers, lakes and mountains. Babies were born; people died during famine and war; families roamed from one gathering place to another, always in search of food that would help them survive another winter. Four-legged, fliers, swimmers and crawlers provided meat; the standing people, bushes and plants took care of the rest. The water, cold and clear, was available to everyone. Mother Earth supplied everything needed to sustain the inhabitants, and Creator of All watched over their comings and goings. Life was hard, but joy also abounded.

Although a work of fiction, this might have been the story of my family . . . or yours.


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