Finding solutions using Indigenous wisdom
Let’s build an economy of abundance.
Let’s lead with compassion & love.
Let’s practise in the presence of history.
Let’s live in tune with the environment.
For Indigenous wisdom to become the standard not the exception.
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Nau mai haere mai. Welcome to our thought leaders site. A whānau of story catchers & tellers, writers, artists, activators, thinkers, & leaders.
This is a space to share what we love, our passions & kaupapa that we are involved in.
Grab a cuppa tī and have a look around.
Catching stories is a privilege but telling them is such a skill. It takes skills to hold peoples attention, imagination, emotions and connect in ways that go beyond words that are spoken.
One of my idols Dr Manulani Aluli Meyer. I resonate with this quote on many levels. I have come to ‘understand’ by doing and sharing. Part of my liberated understanding is listening, with my minds eye, heart and puku.
When asked by my tamariki what I do – I described that I catch stories, from the people that I meet and connect with through interviews, wānanga and readings. This picture is one such story that is important to me, it holds the mana, humour, aroha and whānau that grounds me in everything that IContinue reading “What do you do māmā?”
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