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When Wayne Stradley retired in 2006 after a 38-year career as an airline pilot, he was eager to give back to his community. But the 69-year-old Gainesville, Ga., resident had no idea how to translate his 20,000 hours of flight experience into a meaningful project.

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When Wayne Stradley retired in 2006 after a 38-year career as an airline pilot, he was eager to give back to his community. But the 69-year-old Gainesville, Ga., resident had no idea how to translate his 20,000 hours of flight experience into a meaningful project.

June 21 was National Aboriginal Day in Canada, as well as the first full day of summer in the Northern Hemisphere, a fitting day for the Turtle Lodge’s call to prayer for water.

At the Gathering of Indigenous Wisdom Keepers at Turtle Lodge on Sagkeeng First Nation territory in Manitoba from May 24–27, attended by Indian Country Today Media Network columnist Steven Newcomb and West Coast editor Valerie Taliman, the organizers and attendees sent a message to the world designating June 21, 2012, as a day to offer up a prayer to the life-giving water supplied by Mother Earth . But they also reminded us that every day is a good day to pray on behalf of water.

“Out of the lodges of our Peoples we are being told we have entered a time of great change and opportunity,” the Turtle Lodge said in its message. “The cougar, moose and eagles recently came into the community in the Sagkeeng Territory where the Gathering was to take place, and asked us to speak on their behalf about what is happening to the land. Supported by the Grandfather Drum, the Gathering of Indigenous Wisdom Keepers sends this urgent and prayerful message to the world.”


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