Of Birds in Migration
A Nation of
Women with Wings”
left the Seminar a day early but left us with warm Mother Earth
embraces and a song on our lips, “We are Women With Wings”.
She taught us to sing this song
in Russian, Finnish, and English and our voices soared. ChoQosh’s
moving opening ceremony the second morning drew our large diverse
group of women together in one sister as we sang and clasped hands
around the big room.
could not have imagined anything so heart opening as the Sister
to Sister Seminar. The women I met in Alushta were wonderful. I
will never forget them. They have added to my life. A special joy
was meeting Golsum from Kazakhstan. We felt kindred spirits with
each other immediately. I hope good comes from being together.”
off to New Zealand to begin an extended stay with the native Maoris.
They wanted her to teach them the American Indian Dance of Life
and other lore. ChoQosh wrote: “For the two weeks I shared
my teachings from my Elders with the community and they taught me
many things in return. I brought them greetings from my sisters
in Alushta and told them of the wonderful seminar.”
to Sister Magazine
1991 (Issue # or Month?)