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Shadow of the Moon

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Dea Rivera
Mindfulness Teacher
This legend has been said to have been shared around the campfire of Lake Superior by a chief of the Chippewa tribe in the 1800's explaining the continual developments of nature.
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Kade
Deep roots
really enjoyed this story, I felt a continuity with a more primal or grounded understanding of rea
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Laura
JPeer pressure
People with important decisions to make should reject peer pressure. It is also important not to pressure our loved ones into making decisions. Sometimes, people know their own minds. Their decisions a should be respected. after all, only time will tell whether decisions are for the best not you l
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Neta
Very awkward
This seems really culturally inappropriate coming from a white woman. I didn’t listen to the whole thing but noticed that she mispronounced the tribe name within the first minute and is calling Native American people “Indian,” which is controversial. Seems very insensitive given the cultural/racial climate.