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Category: Indigenous Experiences

Remembering Our Ancestors

This is a small known part of the history of a woman named Seccunup. Born to the Timpanogos people, daughter of Chief Aeropeen and Cyagup – estimated 1845 year of […]

Respect

The truth – evasive and bending out of the light. Almost within my grasp only to dance away faster than I can follow. Truth exists everywhere, but I realize I […]

Business as Usual

     This year has not been an easy one. I was recently told that my voice on this blog has changed some. I didn’t deny it. I have been […]

Labels – Dallin H. Oaks

LABEL – a classifying phrase or name applied to a person or thing, especially one that is inaccurate or restrictive. (Oxford Dictionary) Earlier this week Dallin H. Oaks responded to […]

Religion and Heritage

Russel Ballard called Jane Manning James, “a most remarkable disciple who faced difficult challenges.” I agree, and I think Ballard was sincere in this. I think many of the leaders […]