Earth is the most beautiful place. Why would you want to live anyplace else? Home to the whale family, the bird, the bees, flowers and the trees heaven on earth. In school, I would daydream about the crystal clear creeks of my mothers country and our sacred Mountain affectionately called by the locals’ ‘Sugarloaf Mountain.’ A most significant place. As a child, I was told, “when the big tidal wave comes, go to Bellbrook Sugarloaf Mountain will block it.” I retained all the old stories and legends of my mothers’ people; how can you forget? Memories of creating this beautiful planet have left an imprint on earthly locations as a reminder not to forget where you come from-It’s a signature mark of origins. The traditions of kinship lore make all related to the Tree of Life. There are no two people alike, yet we are all the same! In the beginning, we supported the group as one whole of the extension of self. It is called belonging. In the natural world, it is the same. Caring and Sharing the first rule of life.
Published by Lyn Bugal Wena
I hold a goldmine of inherited cultural information and direct Ancestral knowledge. Bugal Wena - Caring and Sharing - the quintessence of all relationships between human groups and the natural world. Fully spiritualised cultural grounded mature Indigenous Spiritual healer. Planetary Healer View more posts