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|Spiritually, I really came to appreciate life. It has been a hard lesson. I had to forgive myself. I had to forgive my father. I had to ask my mother to forgive me for how I hurt her. More than 20 years later, I am still asking for forgiveness from ...|
|Canadian laws keep Maté from doing more research. Addictions of all sorts can be traced to early trauma and abandonment issues in childhood, he believes, that leave an emotional hole that neither shaming nor incarceration will never fill.|
The original understanding of the treaties will be explored, and the Great Binding Law of the Creator, or Ogitchi Tibakonegaywin, will be taught. The gathering is being held in a sacred place, on the land, as the lodge says in its convocation, ...
|... the BIA has abandoned Indian estate planning programming since at least 2006; and now, Interior proposes to fund tribal land acquisition to the exclusion of Indian estate planning or other means of restorative justice post-Cobell.|