Tea with David Lonebear Sanipass, A circle of community to share wisdom

 

You are invited to join us for

Tea with David Lonebear Sanipass


Friday September 20, 2013
6:00-8:00pm

Unity of Greater Portland
54 River Road
Windham, Maine 04062
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Tea Times are an opportunity for community to gather in circle to listen, learn, share experiences and harvest the wisdom of the group. We welcome David Lonebear Sanipass, who has introduced The Star Teachings to us from his Mi'kmaq Nation.

The community welcomes everyone so please feel free to invite friends and forward this information.

 

There will be tea, please bring a travel mug if you have one.

You may also bring simple food to share if you wish.

 

More importantly, please bring a question, and please give it some thought. We have a very unique opportunity to ask David questions, at least for now.



There will be an offering basket. All donations will go to the Star Teachings Society, a non-profit organization, and will support the continued sharing of these teachings.

 


 

 



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Photo: My name is David Lonebear L. Sanipass. I am from the Mi’kmaq Nation. I have been traveling the spiritual world for 54 years. I ask for nothing for the stories I tell and some of the other things I do. I am a basketmaker and my family and father, Donald Joseph Sanipass are basketmakers from Northern Maine. They have raised me traditionally to respect Mother Earth, the Creator and everything in between. In our heritage there is a tradition to teach and to help. In this community some of this is not present. I was very much disturbed to hear that kindness did not come first. And I could not sit on the side and watch this and the best way to DO this is not to talk, but to DO. This is my heritage to pass this on to any culture, any spiritual practice. I think it is very important to the human race that we should go back to the beginning and become of the earth again. Simple Teachings. People make it complicated. My aspiration is at least to talk to one another and have a cup of tea and enjoy the moment without any prejudice. That’s all. These are my words. David Lonebear L. Sanipass February 18, 2013

 

My name is David Lonebear L. Sanipass. I am from the Mi’kmaq Nation. I have been traveling the spiritual world for 54 years. I ask for nothing for the stories I tell and some of the other things I do.

I am a basketmaker and my family and father, Donald Joseph Sanipass are basketmakers from Northern Maine. They have raised me traditionally to respect Mother Earth, the Creator and everything in between. In our heritage there is a tradition to teach and to help. In this community some of this is not present. I was very much disturbed to hear that kindness did not come first. And I could not sit on the side and watch this and the best way to DO this is not to talk, but to DO.


This is my heritage to pass this on to any culture, any spiritual practice. I think it is very important to the human race that we should go back to the beginning and become of the earth again. Simple Teachings. People make it complicated.


My aspiration is at least to talk to one another and have a cup of tea and enjoy the moment without any prejudice. That’s all. These are my words."


David Lonebear L. Sanipass
February 18, 2013


For more about these teachings http://www.lonebearswords.org/

 

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