Exploring a holistic indigenous world view for living a good Life

To live a Good Life in the Indigenous Ojibwe Culture is called Minobmaadziwin. It means to live in balance Spiritually, Emotionally, Intellectually and Physically. It is to live the Seven Grandfather Teachings, the Eight Basic Needs and the Thirteen Grandmother Moon Teachings insuring healthy relationships with one another and with Mother Earth and all of Creation.

Lorraine McRae has practiced Social Work for more than 30 years and is a founding member of the Restorative Justice Program called Biidaaban the Mnjikaning Community Healing Model. Lorraine looks forward to meeting you and sharing her life teachings through song and story.

By Lorraine McRae

Interested in this lecture?

Learn more