Perspective of Connecting/Understanding each Tribal roots and tribal languages not only in Australia - We all come and travel from different tribes and colours in the world with no exception whatever skin colours we represent even white is not pure white as snow! Imagine a pure black or white in a pure black or white room or space, is not it boring and cannot visualize anything? We have to mix colours to identify what we see and feel! We all have roots to be grateful and look back. All our forefathers used similar ingenuity to light their fires, hunt their foods, storytelling from one generation to generation until civilization advances our lifestyle to sophistication we choose to. Up to us to embrace each other's differences and teach our children the connections of our strong tribal history. Love in any language appreciating its roots and origin before it forms into English universal word as our form of universal communication.
"...Yahweh God shows no partiality and is no respecter of persons... Acts 10:34" (We're all equal in our Creator God's sight and shows no favoritism in His love by sending His Yeshua (Jesus or Eashoa whatever name you may call him) to die for our iniquities! You see in every tribal culture, there is always a sacrificial object to offer to the gods (whatever that is) but what Creator God done for us is to sacrifice His son Yeshua (Jesus) ONCE and for all! We don't need to sacrifice any more. It's done on the CROSS for those who BELIEVE, connect and discern. My late grandpa was once a paganism leader before He genuinely connected with Creator God that gave Him total peace the deceptive spirit world could not offer and without fearing the evil spirits at his time.
Lastly, whatever indigenous DNA we have within us we should connect back and also eat the indigenous food we used to eat when our mother nurture us right from the womb. This would unlock the longevity, living life longer how we should by eating organically and not genetically modified or adulterated processed foods! SEE, the enemy is often trying to deceive to kill us and they put them in our food and so with their own people eat them too!
Ethnopharmacological research rekindles indigenous youths interest for traditional knowledge
Concerned about the loss of indigenous bush medicine knowledge, Yaegl community elders from Northern New South Wales, invited Macquarie University researchers to document their medicinal plants and compounds.
Joanne Jamie, bioorganic adn Medicinal chemist at Macquarie University has been working in partnership with 19 Yaegl elders since 2000 and overtime documented 32 medicinal native plants and their use to treat various ailments.
That ongoing collaboration sparked the interest of the local high school and led to the establishment of a cultural immersion programme where the elders are taking year 7 students bush to teach them about bush food and bush medicine.
She discusses the research, its cultural and educational importance with Isabelle Genoux.
Speaker : Associate Professor Joanne Jamie
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemist
National Indigenous Science Education Program co-director
A powerful speech by prominent Australian journalist Stan Grant on his country's record on indigenous rights has been viewed more than 1 million times in 3 days.
Fusion Tourism's insight:
Australia indigenous culture needs someone to speak up or write like Jose Rizal in the Philippines. Jose Rizal used his pen not sword to fight freedom from the invasion of Spaniards for 300+ years in the Philippines!
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