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  • Where my girls at?

    Alright yall, I am in a relatively good mood today so I decided to show you the softer side of a bitter Jib ;)

    This goes out to all us Native women who hold it down.

    INDIAN WOMEN


    In a round table discussion about whether reincarnation was really possible, a financially struggling single woman said, "I want to come back as a rich white woman's poodle that's pampered and rides around all day in her luxury car."



    A tired waitress said, "I want to come back rich and make a lot of money and be a mega super recording star."



    The frustrated computer tech said, "If I can come back, I want to be the President, so I can change a lot of things about this world near and far."



    I sat and thought about it. I said, "I don't know if it's possible, but if I can.........

    Creator, please let me come back as an INDIAN WOMAN."



    I want to come back with a mind fierce and sharp,

    with a spiritual faith that never waivers or doubts,

    a smile that is warm,

    with a body divine,

    with golden brown, tan or dark skin

    draped in red and gold....

    and whether young or old... always have enough money

    ... so the words "broke", "commodities", "cut-off", "past-due",

    or "general assistance" aren't in MY vocabulary.



    I want to be a sister to my sister.

    A woman wise when choosing my mate or a date.

    I want to be able to cook fry bread, meat pies, corn soup

    with skillet bread and rice and raisins all at the same time.



    I want to come back an INDIAN WOMAN with self-esteem

    worthy of being treated like a PRINCESS from my TRIBE.



    An INDIAN WOMAN with patience, love, and wisdom for children.

    An INDIAN WOMAN to teach our children traditional ways to keep our culture alive.



    AN INDIAN WOMAN with subscriptions to the Senk'lip,

    Raven Spirit, Native Perspective, Indian Country Today,

    Native Peoples and the Globe & Mail

    and a membership to the BC Native Women's Society

    and Native Women's Association of Canada.



    I want to come back an INDIAN WOMAN with at least one beautiful piece of turquoise and silver on my finger.



    I want to come back with the strength and courage of Mary Two Axe Early

    the voice of Buffy Ste. Marie,

    the political knowledge of Wilma ManKiller and Ada Deere,

    the determination of Jeannette Corbiere Lavall,

    the spiritual poise of Dorris Peters, Mary Louie or Melinda Miles,

    the business savvy of Iola Hadden,

    the eloquence of Sheila Tousey,

    the talent of Irene Bedard

    and the artistic eye of Margo Kane



    I want to come back as an INDIAN WOMAN

    who can stay focused on the Creation regardless of the circumstances.

    I want to be saved from sin.

    I want to never let what people say or do change

    my demeanor; to be humble; love and be loved unconditionally.



    I want skin that is flawless and soft,

    eyes of discernment,

    lips which speak ONLY the truth,

    hands of gentleness, and feet of prosperity.



    If reincarnation is real,

    please let me come back as an INDIAN WOMAN!!!
    Got percap?

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    :clap: u speak the truth:D
    WHEN FACED WITH A CHALLENGE, LOOK FOR A WAY NOT A WAY OUT.
    Death: The pain passes but the beauty remains.

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    • #3
      Did someone say rice n raisins? *drooling*

      Thanks Jibs - a goot one!:D

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      • #4
        that was beautiful Jibby
        believe in yourself

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        • #5
          Oops. Before I get slapped with a plagerism suit (I prefer salami, ayyyyeee) I didn't write this, I received it in an email. But it is beautiful all the same.
          Got percap?

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          • #6
            whats up homie!
            The only time its too late to start dancing is when you're dead.

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            • #7
              yo yo yo :Teeth

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              • #8
                *throws hands in air & bows...*
                AAAAAAAAAAAAAMEN!
                "i don't like to walk fast man - i like to strut!"

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Singing Eagle
                  Did someone say rice n raisins? *drooling*

                  Thanks Jibs - a goot one!:D

                  wheres tha rice and rasins i want some :bouncy:
                  *~*~*~Do Not Lead me in to Temptation I can Find it myself*~*~*~ :D :uptosomet

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                  • #10
                    *where my girls at from the front to back is u feelin that put one hand up can u repeat that........*
                    WHEN FACED WITH A CHALLENGE, LOOK FOR A WAY NOT A WAY OUT.
                    Death: The pain passes but the beauty remains.

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                    • #11
                      Holy S#!+

                      I didn't know they wrote a poem about me!

                      Thanks, I'm so honoured!


                      LOL

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Singing Eagle
                        Did someone say rice n raisins? *drooling*

                        Thanks Jibs - a goot one!:D
                        Soooo.. I don't have to feel like a weirdo for eating rice and raisins!!! Other people like it too!.. :Chatter :Chatter

                        I like that poem!.. way kewl...
                        ~* Keep smiling, it makes people wonder what you're up to *~

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                        • #13
                          I received that awhile back, and that is a good poem. Nothing makes me feel more better than those rare times when I'm hangin wit my sisters/cousins and share that bond. I know thats how it would be if all of us Phenominal women ever hooked up in one spot. Way kewl.

                          One nice guy in cyberspace called me Phenom Menom, and it was one of the nicest things anyone said to me on here, after referring to Maya Angelou's Phenominal Woman. :)

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                          • #14
                            *nods*

                            Jibs that was real nice sister.:)
                            America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between.
                            Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900)

                            "MAKE THE MOST OF THE HEMP SEED, SOW IT EVERYWHERE"--GEORGE WASHINGTON

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                            • #15
                              that was beautiful...
                              "Deep Thoughts" By Jack Handy

                              "It takes a big man to cry, but it takes a bigger man to laugh at that man."

                              "I wish I had a dollar for every time I spent a dollar, because then, yahoo!, I'd have all my money back."

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