Water Beetle Cherokee Programs

Remembering the tale that was lost...

  Osiyo,
Welcome!

 

                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Once there was none to listen . . . 
        now there are few
who care to speak. . . .

                                                                                                

    Sit down and I will you about my Ancestors so that you may learn of our ways and our culture. 

    I will also share with you some of our stories -- the same stories that were told on cold winter nights long ago and in many homes are still being told. Listen and share the enchantment ...again.

    Have you ever wondered WHY BUZZARD'S HEAD IS BARE or WHY BAT HANGS UPSIDE DOWN or WHY WE HAVE MOSQUITOES

     The elders have always been the storytellers. This was the way things were passed along to the generations that followed. Our old ones remembered every detail so that they could tell it at a later time. They were the word and picture carriers making history and spiritual values alive and important.

     Whether funny stories, healing stories, moral stories, or the "why" and "how" stories told to the little ones as they snuggled close, the stories spoke of who and what we were, and they still teach us today.

Finally it’s my time!

     Time to create, time to care. Time to give back and carry on the oral traditions. Time to dream and make a better world for future generations. 

     Time to tell the stories.

Wado,

Kathy Lynn "Sonseeahray"

                                                                    

Holy to the Lord.  Dedicated to His praise. 

         Zech. 14:20(b)  (Clear Word)

Please e-mail Kathy Lynn or Joe at Sunceria@hotmail.com

 

 

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