Ancient myths and stories advise that we should treat each other well and also share the consequences we bear for failing to do so. Cultures that are deeply rooted in the earth are filled with this kind of wisdom.
The red rock you see is not just a shapely red rock – allow me to introduce you to Kachina Woman. She is an important guardian and protector in the Native American Hopi tribe. She lives in Boynton Canyon – Sedona, Arizona and her reason for being is to keep us mindful of who we are and how we are collectively called to interact within our world.
Now, imagine if you had some sort of daily, symbolic reminder that represented the right attitude toward life and those you meet on your path each day. We could use a Kachina mama looking out for us in a ‘straighten up and fly right’ kind of stance!
Humankind has not woven the web of life
We are but one thread within it,
Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves.
All things are bound together
All things connect,
… Chief Seattle
She’s watching …