WATILI, the Native American Slave Heroine
The book explores the concepts of personal strength and honesty of the American mind.
When young Watili is kidnapped by Apache slavers, she is sold as a domestic servant and enters a world beyond her imagination. She meets the only man who can take her home: a cartographer-map maker as they cross the American southwest and surprising come across the dashing Cibolero.
All find themselves facing the truth about the Oneness of Spirituality that binds them in life, and are forced to learn from each other to adapt in a quickly changing world. Secrets are revealed, truths unveiled, and strife arises as this trio of travelers makes their way not only across the geography of the land, but also the geography of their own private beliefs and viewpoints
The American adventure of an unlikely band of comrades crossing the cultures, spirituality and land of the American West A writing that challenges the conceptual thinking of the original American psyche and spirituality to the core of the soul of the reader.
" All things are connected, like the blood that unites one family. All things are connected. We did not weave the web of life. We are merely a strand in it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves " Watili
The movement to return Earth to its healthy origin will be found in the understand of the Oneness between nature and mankind that Watili shares in her story.
To recognize the contribution of the native culture begins with the understanding of who Watili is and her insight into the Oneness nature and mankind.
A great addition to the classroom for ages of high school and early college level courses.
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