Why I’m learning an indigenous language by Arthur Haines (arthurhaines.com)
Many people who have read any of my posts recently have seen occasional use of a local indigenous language.  This language, Peskotomuhkati-latuwewakon (Passamaquoddy Language), was historically spoken by 20,000 people in eastern Maine and western New Brunswick prior to European contact.  Today, ...

English language has severe limitations when it comes to explaining how connected we are to the earth, as it is not an indigenous language.

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