Bela Gomes 30
I am a soul (sole) parent of a lovely young man. Now that he is on his own I found my individuality again and spend more time with my joys: permaculture principle living, plant medicine, sustainability, basket weaving ,eco art, music, travelling, indigenous cultures and languages and so much more. I am presently learning "Michif", the Metis language and Neyhiwak (Plains Cree) language. My favourite word right now is kinanaskomitin; I am grateful to you! My stepfather (the man whom raised me is Metis so this was a huge influence to delve deeper into Metis/Indigenous Cultures. Plus I have settled on the Lekungwen and Songhees peoples territories also known as Victoria on southern Vancouver Island BC
I did a PDC course back in 2012 and havent been living it fully except for the "Earth principle", I have been actively gardening for 2 decades now. I recently walked a few pilgramages across Spain ( Camino De Santiago -800 km) and Portugal (Caminho Santuario de Fatima- 250 km). All just before the world start panicking about a pandemic.It was a joyous 1050 km with people who vibrated with kindness, light, warmth, love... PEOPLE CARE. It was a beautiful uplift and my intentions where to grow community, grow love and life simply. I am still trying to work on these things throughout all the fear around the pandemic. Hence me taking this course again to learn more on what I can actively do to build my community locally and globally and help preserve our lands for the next seven generations.
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