WEMH #070 Lessons from the Soul of an Indian
Includes thoughts on mothers and their role in the nurturing of children. No wonder the Native-Americans didn't want to assimilate in the White Man's world.
Books by Charles Eastman:
Wigwam Evenings: Sioux Folk Tales Retold
The Soul of an Indian
Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains
Eastman personally interviewed several of the subjects in this book.
Old Indian Days
WEMH #071 Lessons from the Saracens
I know the topic of Islam and the Muslims is a touchy subject today. But we need to be informed. Beware of the 'single story.' I'm still weaving a lot of stories together for myself, but I hope I will add some thought for your consideration. We have members of our group who are Muslim. All faiths are welcome here.
The Discovery of Freedom by Rose Wilder Lane
Stories of Spiritual Leaders--Includes Marcus Bach's books: Had I Been Born In Another Faith
WEMH #106 Opal Stanley Whiteley
Before we leave our Mother's University topic of Nature Study, I want to introduce you to Opal Whiteley if you haven't already met her. She has a remarkable story.
I linked her diary in the Imagination section so we'll bump into her again in a few months, but here are the links to the books I mention:
The Story of Opal: The Journal of and Understanding Heart
The Fairyland Around Us
This is a picture of her piercing her journal back together again.
WEMH #161 James Baldwin
If you don't know who this man is, I hope you will want to get to know him. He has much to teach you about the power of a love of reading and of the imagination.
WEMH #162 Orison Swett Marden
I have been quoting Marden in the last several Facebook posts. If you have paid attention, you will have started to get a glimpse into this man's heart. He's a good friend to hang out with.
The Life Story of Orison Swett Marden by Margaret Connolly (also available in audible.com)
WEMH #163 Albert Payson Terhune
A little something for any of you who have daughters who hate to write--imagine if they weren't allowed to! And a little inspiration for moms.
WEMH #164 James Russell Miller
A member of this group introduced me to a new great soul yesterday and I just had to learn more about him. Here is a little of what I found.
WEMH #186 Helen Hunt Jackson
I haven't done a podcast for awhile! It's about time...
I frequently use the quote: "Oh, if the world could only stop long enough for one generation of mothers to be alright, what a Millennium could be begun in thirty years!"
Would you like to know more about the woman behind the quote?