By Toko-pa Turner

“We can’t know where we’re going if we don’t know from what we originate. The loss of purpose that so many of us feel in modern times is more than a personal problem, it is a cultural ailment which arises out of what I call the Great Forgetting. Our lives are like the fruit of a heritage seed: Each of the generations that preceded us has contributed to our life’s survival. There is an ancestral momentum which carries us forward when we are in step with it, and to which we are beholden. To hear this momentum, we must turn towards the soul. There, in our dreams, we find the clues to what we love and what our lives long for.”


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