This is a book of thoughts, stories, songs, verses, beliefs, values, and prayers, with some personal experiences and thoughts. It was inspired by those I like to call my heroes, a handful of Cherokee people who were still struggling to survive the "Trail of Tears," my dad's people. Once again, they were driven from their homes in the "Perpetual Land of the Red Man" to a place (eventually) that was known to them as "Adel tsu hvdlvn," meaning, "where they find money," or California, but their dollar had to be earned with two dollars' worth of sweat. Even though many of them were blind, they laughed, sang and prayed their way through many more hardships. They did not count themselves poor, so I never learned that I was until I grew up. This is not a tribute to poverty, but to their faith in Tsisa (Jesus).
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