Honoring a truth teller with the White Buffalo Calf Spirit in her soul.
“Tillie Black Bear, Sicangu, walked on Saturday evening, July 19th, 2014,” stated Native News Online.
Tillie humbly taught us and her message was heard around the world.
Tillie Black Bear spoke and spread her knowledge at Northern Michigan University
The Turtle Island Project (Rev. Lynn Hubbard – Navajo Lutheran Mission, The Cedar Tree Institute (Rev. Jon Magnuson), NMU Lutheran Campus Ministry, Messiah Lutheran Church – and many others were honored to learn from Tillie.
Upper Peninsula Breaking News will join those honoring her spirit.
Thank you Tillie Black Bear Black Bear for teaching us about ways to treat other more kindly and with respect.
Tillie taught us humility and grace – even as others sought to bring her down – because many evil doers of ill will and greed – can not handle the sun light – or the bright light that is Tillie Black Bear.
One night a star will flash before our eyes – and we will know Tillie continues her work – and says hello.
Tillie Black Bear: The White Buffalo Calf Woman took her walk this past weekend – and the world will miss this champion for Native American women and all women, She was truth teller – and her spirit remains strong
Lakota Instructions for Living
Friend do it this way – that is,
whatever you do in life,
do the very best you can
with both your heart and mind.
And if you do it that way,
the Power Of The Universe
will come to your assistance,
if your heart and mind are in Unity.
When one sits in the Hoop Of The People,
one must be responsible because
All of Creation is related.
And the hurt of one is the hurt of all.
And the honor of one is the honor of all.
And whatever we do effects everything in the universe.
If you do it that way – that is,
if you truly join your heart and mind
as One – whatever you ask for,
that’s the Way It’s Going To Be.
passed down from White Buffalo Calf Woman
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