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“We can learn from all cultures.” ~ Doc Meek

“I think over again all my small adventures

My fears

Those small ones that seemed so big

[Of] all the vital things I had to get and to reach

And yet there is only one great thing

The only thing

To live and see the great day that dawns

And the light that fills the world.”

~ From an old Inuit song:

An Inuit family in Greenland, 1917.
Inuit image from:
Thursday, January 13, 2011. O the joy of sunrise, anywhere! šŸ˜®

Arctic sunrise Wallpaper

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Enjoy the music and the miracle of the arctic dawn (video):

I have huge respect for the Inuit, for reminding us of the greatest truths of all (to live to love another dawning, and to really see the great light that fills the world)!

Doc Meek, Thursday, January 13, 2011, Sherwood Park, Alberta, CANADA

P.S. Hear “Amazing Grace” in pure-voice Inuit, and see the great aurora borealis, in this video:

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