Beautiful to see. I love the First Nations/indigenous peoples. The way they honor each other, and others is a blessing … and I’m honored to be on the receiving end as well as giving. This is the way … if we choose to live in harmony and love.
There are times we do not understand each other. We may think” You’re a crazy conspiracy theorist!” and when we discover the truth of what they spoke we fell humbled, embarrassed, and maybe ashamed if we treated them harshly for speaking what was truth for them.
At this point, the embarrassment of the past may prohibit us from apologizing, admitting we did not understand, but now do.
Yet we must apologize, mend broken relationships, and move toward harmony.
There are many things in this world which are half-truths, designed to separate and pit us against one another.
It is necessary to investigate before criticizing, and if we still do not fully agree, at least honor our fellow being from the space we are in, showing respect for the space they currently find themselves in.
In this way, we can properly learn from each other, becoming more than we were before.