Monday, October 11, 2021

Indigenous Peoples Day by Sarah J. McNeal #TheWildingsSeries


October 11, 2021 is Indigenous Peoples Day


Today we honor the Indigenous Peoples, the first humans to enter this country and to whom we show our respect for their vigilance and courage in protecting the natural resources of this land. They remind us how to be humanitarians and they teach us how to care for the living beings both in the wilds and in our homes.

Through their dances they heal and teach about what was and what should be. They have endured many trials, and yet, they have persevered. In spite of everything, they have remained friends to all people and contributed to our mutual history.

Long before the rest of us came from our different countries and cultures, the Indigenous People were here looking after things, acting as stewards of the wild things and the wild places. Because of their devotion, we still have many of those wild places and wild beings to treasure from one generation to the next.

And so, on this day as well as every other day, I thank the Indigenous People for their stewardship, dedication, and courage. THANK YOU!

Until next time, all good things to your corner of the universe...

Sarah J. McNeal

Author of Heartwarming Stories




Amazon Author's Page

Fantasy and Dreams (


No comments: