Tiao, I concur with you. I have never heard Bo Migueal say anything contrary about the different branches of our Taino people. On the contrary, at all ceremonies and his writings, he exhorts us to be kind, accepting, loving, and open to others' thoughts and opinions. It takes a great and humble person to listen to others' opinions. We are one people with different thoughts of how and where to go with our resurgence. But we must go forward. As Bo Miguel exemplifies, we must listen to the ancestors, not our egos( we already know where they want to go!). We need to be about our people, always thinking of what's the best efficacious avenue for the good of our First Peoples Nation.
Oma'bahari, Seneko Kakona.
Beike,Rose Xochitl AnaO Quinones DelValle
Caracoli, your words said it all. Beike is a Taino man to be respected for his works in the community & else wear.
He is a man of Spirituality, skill & patience. He took on a major job when he created this network where we can learn & interact with each other. And I am grateful. Taino Ti Kokuyo
I agree with you Caracoli. He is very helpful and many ways.
I agree with all of my heart. His commitment to our people has gone above and beyond. I am honored and humbled to call him my friend and brother. Seneka Kakona