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Newsletter Dated: 11/30/2006 3:47:14 PM
Subject: Autobiography Journal of Sage Sweetwater
Autobiography Journal of Sage Sweetwater have been my newsletters for awhile. This newsletter concludes the Journal with REINTRODUCTION. It has been an honor to share it with you as we come full circle to healing, dear readers. Purchase the novel STONE CREEK WOMAN when it is released. Make it a gift to a battered woman, or any woman who needs to heal. Some of my fans think I am Stone Creek Woman and have said so. What do you think?
SAGE SWEETWATER CREATIVE PROPERTIES is the flagship of Stone Creek Woman, my autobiography journal, divided into six parts: Shared Blessings, Endangered Species, Sacred Shelters, Canoe Medicine, Moving the Pack, and Reintroduction.
The pace of nature was seasonally due to slacken briefly for the winter. It would give Stone Creek Woman a chance to pause like a fox hunting mice in a fall corn field, then smell, stalk, lunge, and pin new knowledge to feed her groups of battered women.
The rebirth of the buffalo roamed from New Mexico across the plains to Oklahoma. The Nature Conservancy's Tallgrass Prairie Preserve ran an Adopt-a-Bison program which typically, the "adoptions" were purchased as gifts, which was a precursor to visiting the reserve to where your "adoption" money fed and maintained your buffalo.
Stone Creek Woman took a hint from this program, and was drafting up the framework for her Adopt-a-Battered-Woman program, a fund-raiser for reintroducing battered women back from their near-extinction. It would take more than a quarterly newsletter and a framed certificate to reintroduce battered women, but Stone Creek Woman was preparing a visit to New Mexico where Indians representing five New Mexico tribes and the Fish and Game Department who had finally agreed to let the tribes round up the buffalo in hopes to mix with existing herds to start new herds.
Through this buffalo restoration, Stone Creek Woman prayed for the wisdom to support development for battered women in the wild. She wanted her camp alive with positive movement from migrating and wind-blown herds of battered women driven to new pastures by the need to survive and re-populate with selective-breeding strategy and reinforced family-planning methods conducive to kinder bloodlines.
The wolf was reintroduced back into Yellowstone and the recovery effort was years ahead of schedule and well under budget, and scavengers such as eagle and bears were thriving due to the wolves thinning out oversized herds by culling the weak and the old.
Stone Creek Woman's goal was to have her reintroduction plan geared for total recovery by the year 2002, the same year in which a recovered wolf population would be established by ten breeding pairs in each area of Yellowstone and central Idaho.
Although many would disagree, Stone Creek Woman thought her blueprint of managing battered women would compliment womankind and ease fears that the return of the predator would revisit these women. She had earmarked a portion of her Adopt-A-Battered-Woman fund-raising money for radio collars similiar to the ones on the wolves, but primarily more closer to the electronic devices the courts ordered some to wear for monitoring their whereabouts. She certainly didn't want this idea to be misconstrued by those who thought battered women were the ones who should be punished, but her idea came only as a positive piece of electronic jewelry, a study which could monitor the reintroduction of battered women.
Would it not be of interest to see what museums they were going to? Were they frequenting art galleries, theatres, and libraries? Were they driving on a route near meadows, mountains, and valleys? Were they planting seeds, flying kites with their children, harvesting sage, scouting for bones, antlers, and feathers? Were they near the water, were they up in the air, were they playfully stealing the sexual fire, what expressions were they assigning to their new spirits?
The healed battered woman is a symbol of empowerment and the perfect model of female balance, a combination of being powerful, active, and assertive. She can return to women, the virtues that have been historically denied to them in most cultures; physical and moral strength, intellect and knowledge, and sexual liberty.
Stone Creek Woman's thoughts on monitoring battered women centered on her theory that if they were visiting art galleries, museums, and craft fairs, there just may be a link that would lend muscle to the feminist argument that women were the original craftspeople, artists, and bequeathers of culture from generation to generation.
Stone Creek Woman believed women's creative ideas were holed up deep inside the womb, and the predators of mean-spirited societies across the globe did their best to prevent artistic conception.
To reintroduce batterd women back into society is to comprehend that Paleolithic and Neolithic matriarchies existed, and the female-centered system needs to get back on track with a focus on peaceful co-existence and artistic development.
...Until next time, dear readers, enjoy the days of planning your holidays. Be well. I love you all...
~~~~Sage Sweetwater, firebrand lesbian novelist, brainchild of Sage Sweetwater Creative Properties, flagship of Stone Creek Woman~~~~
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