I met a man online who is Native American and after chatting with him I had the taste for Native American music. He is part (Lakota, sioux). He has played with Oliver Shanti who is a well known artist of Native American music.. I have posted a few songs of his in my blog.
He is a musician and plays the Native American flute which is a wonderful sound. He also spoke Indian to me 🙂 so nice to see these words. Tokeske yaun eh (how are you)? O'han toksa ake (see you later)
I am hoping to hear his original music infact I have asked him to do a blog here on Opera where we can all enjoy his spirit and his music ..
Whichs makes me feel the great spirit in the form it was meant for all of us to feel.
Today I was driving the retired english professor to his doctor appointment and on the road coming home it was raining hard and I noticed a lump in the road so I stopped the car to take a closer look.
I felt so horrible to see it was a poor turtle trying to get off the road, it seems that some car had ran it over and it was bleeding near its back leg.. I bent down and lifted the turtle with my 2 hands and walked it off the road on to the grass.
I did not care if it was a snapper or not I only cared that no other car would hurt it or even kill it.. I had tears in my heart knowing this wonderful gift from our God has been hurt by some unkind person who must have been blind or just plain cruel.
This turtle was large enough not to hit so even my professor said it had to be intentional 😦 .. Tears came to my eyes with those words, at that point I felt the pain the turtle felt and I pray now for him to be well.
This day inspired me to seek this song and to find photos to remind us all that the Earth is not just ours but the creatures God placed along side us .
In love and