Tuesday, September 13, 2011

You Tube Tuesday

You Tube Tuesday: started by Josh at: "It's Tiger Time", is an event for all to contribute their favorite video, leave your link at http://itstigertime.blogspot.com/2011/09/you-tube-tuesday_12.html on the Mr.Linky tool. Visit them all. Once a month Josh will highlight a selected video and resent the "You Tube Tuesday" Award. Let us see how creative we can be.


























































































































16 comments:

  1. I was deeply affected by this Jan. Thank you for sharing.

    My YTT: http://www.everydaygyaan.com/2011/09/porcelain-unicorn.html

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  2. Oh Jan, how beautiful. So very true that skin color does not determine who you are. Everything about this video touched my inner soul.

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  3. and pssst...love the new look :)

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  4. Jan, this really hits home with me. My husband is Cherokee Indian and we have spent years tracing his lineage. It is so interesting. We always find something new and exciting! I wish more people would listen to words that are spoken among all nationalities.

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  5. This was very interesting Jan! I have been fascinated with the Indian history in Argentina since I have arrived here. Yet it is so difficult to find accurate information and I cannot understand why? I loved the part that said there cannot be peace amongst nations if you don´t have peace within...wow!

    Mine: http://nelietatravellingadventures.blogspot.com/2011/09/youtube-tuesday_13.html

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  6. Hmmm, not sure what happened here...

    @ Corinne; It touched me too, had to share. Thankyou for stopping by.

    @ Anna; It is so very true,reminds me of my mom somehow, "can't you all just get along?" is what she would say........Thanks I like the new look too. I am not alone on my journey anymore.

    @ Mary, so too is my husband Cherokee and Chippewa, we have had a hard time with the family line but have been trying to learn of the cultures past and now. Thank You!

    Nelieta, I wonder why, I have always had a connection some how to the native culture and spent many an hour investigating languages and such. Thank you for stopping by.

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  7. Wow this is beautiful..I love indian music too..it's AWESOME.....Thank you...As always....XOXOXOXO

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  8. Amazing how close lineages are when we trace them back. Seems to be we are one people after all. Even the McIntosh Clan great chief was an American Indian at one time.
    Probably why I really enjoy indigenous music such as this.

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  9. @ Bongo, I find native music of most any kind very soothing and truthful.

    @ Jim, I enjoy all music, but this is so sweet and serene somehow. Even not understanding the language it helps me to calm.

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  10. Very touching - the music and images transcend time and space.


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