We live in a world alive with holy moments.
We need only take the time to
bring these moments into the light.
Lyla June Johnston is a Diné (Navajo) poet, musician, anthropologist and community organizer from Taos, New Mexico.
“I think we all fundamentally and early on love wild things and sunsets, but some of us have it socialized out of us. We forget that love. There might be a point you can’t turn back from. I feel sorry for people who don’t have that identification with nature, because they’re living half a life.”
Happy birthday, Sacred Earth Tribe
3 years old this week!
❤ 🌎 ❤
We are dedicated to helping people to reconnect, honor and love
our beautiful Earth Mama.
‘The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction.’
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