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My friend Danny Deardorff, founder of the Mythsinger Foundation wrote to tell me this: “I found this on the web for you ‘Gloriosky’ is what Little Orphan Annie cried whenever she had a sudden surprise or revelation.” Glorioski – I … Continue reading

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Accidental Grace

Gloryoski! Now that might not be a word, but the sound, the syllables, the shape of the letters express my dismay – a month has flown by since I last wrote. Gloryoski! That word bellows with my shock and amazement. … Continue reading

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Human Humble

Here’s the link to the relevant article I mentioned a day ago written by Four Arrows, aka Don Trent Jacobs. It’s titled: “Anthropocentrism’s Antidote, Reclaiming our Indigenous Orientation to Non-Human Teachers.” I still haven’t found my copy of it because I … Continue reading

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Every other sentence rivets me. Every other sentence, and this is only a slight exaggeration, pleads with my pencil/pen to underline it. Abram’s elegant descriptions and brilliant syntheses could inspire my responses for days, maybe weeks. What is it about … Continue reading

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