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HEALING MOTHER EARTH

 

Who I am

Hi! My Earth name is Matthew Mukash, and my Eeyou (Cree) name is Niyaneebo. I’m a Cree Nation of Eeyou Istchee member registered as a Cree citizen with the Whapmagoostui First Nation (Whapmagoostui). Whapmagoostui is situated at the estuary of the Great Whale River that flows into Hudson Bay’s east coast (northern Quebec, Canada). We share our community with the Inuit of Kuujjuarapik (the Inuit name for Whapmagoostui), making our community unique. As Indigenous peoples with land-based cultures, we are gravely concerned about the impact of climate change on the land and the environment in which we practice our ways of life.

This blog aims to help build global support for Mother Earth’s healing, for which climate change is critical.

Objective

To help build global support for the healing of Mother Earth by:

  • Promoting the Indigenous Perspective
  • Promoting networking with a worldwide community
  • Engaging readers to research and join like-minded groups
  • Promoting the role of women in Healing Mother Earth
  • Helping to develop a plan for a brighter future for present and future generations

Blog Posts

The Indigenous Perspective

My Story

Understanding Climate Change

Contact Me

Emat: mmukash@gmail.com

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Blog Objective

Mother Earth is suffering as we speak! Although Climate change is a natural phenomenon that causes this suffering, much is due to what humanity has done to the elements of Creation – earth, water, fire, and air. We have polluted and damaged what is essential for natural balance and harmony. Our Elders tell us that the ways of humanity must change if it’s going to survive what is yet to come. For this change to happen, we must embark on a profound inner journey to ensure survival. After all, everything that is provided for us as consumers comes from the Earth. We become part of Mother Earth’s problem!

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This blog aims to:

  • Help build global support to heal Mother Earth.
  • Help create global awareness of the impacts of climate change.
  • Promote an inner journey for all (a journey from the mind to the heart).
  • Create global awareness of the Indigenous perspective of human survival.

Mission

To help build global support for the healing of Mother Earth by:

  • Promoting the Indigenous Perspective
  • Promoting networking with a worldwide community
  • Engaging readers to research and join like-minded groups
  • Promoting the role of women in Healing Mother Earth
  • Helping to develop a plan for a brighter future for present and future generations