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Finding mentors in unusual places

6.12. 2015 Posted By: Erica Littlewolf

Erica Littlewolf is from the Northern Cheyenne tribe of southeastern Montana and currently lives in Albuquerque, N.M. She works for Mennonite Central Committee Central States with the Indigenous Visioning Circle where she is committed to the work of decolonization, authentic relationship and healing. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and American Indian […]

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Letter to my Grandma

11.23. 2008 Posted By: Tim Nafziger

posted by Tim Nafziger on 11/23/08 at 09:12 PM This morning at 6 am my grandmother, Mary W Hess passed away at the age of 88. This is a letter I wrote to her this week after it became clear she would only be with us for a few more days. Dear Grandma, I’ll miss […]

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Taking Dale home

11.2. 2008 Posted By: Tim Nafziger

11/02/08 at 11:46 PM I’ve written twice here before about my journey with my friend Dale through his stroke and recovery. This weekend I, along with three of his other friends, accompanied him back to his home town of Hillsboro, Kansas, where his brothers and sister live. Dale was leaving Chicago, his home for over […]

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Windows into a week of dying and living

4.28. 2008 Posted By: Tim Nafziger

posted  on 04/28/08 at 11:05 AM I’ve been thinking all week about how to write this post. The subject is unavoidable, but it is a different slice of my life then I usually write about. Rather then trying to give some sort of analysis, commentary or moral, I’m just going to share images from the […]

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