This person is only pretending to be a Native American,by carrying a feather in her mouth and wearing nothing but a t-shirt. I have yet to see a Native woman dress in that manner. Please don't pretend to be something you are not.
I always wanted to be an American Indian as a child. Maybe it's because they lived outside and survived off the land they lived on, or maybe it was their love of braids, animal skins, and feathers. Maybe it was learning my family history and knowing I'm part Native American. Whatever it is, I'm glad I had a wild childhood. Thanks Mom =}]
... and he often came to her in her dreams this old man, a Native American, he wore a feather headdress... she always dreamt of him in a palette of dusty pastels, he whispered wisdom in her ear and when she woke she felt strange, different, softer and somehow more wise. |
Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realize we cannot eat money. native american wisdom, inspiration, truth. light a fire, young hippies.
When we strip away society and technology and expectations and pressures, all we have left is our wildness. it is the most real thing in the world, and the more we disconnect from it, the more we ensure that we will spend our lives in confused search of it. WILD WOMAN SISTERHOOD™ #WildWomanSisterhood #feathertribe #wildwomanmedicine #rewild