Ginawaydaganuc: An Algonquin Worldview to Guide Us Through Troubled Times


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ginawaydaganuc explained 

As yet another United Nations Code Red warning flashes around the world, I join with those who propose that ginawaydaganuc is an essential and realistic mind set, and who encourage general, wholehearted embrace of all that it denotes and connotes.

What in our vast, entangled cosmos is this thing called ginawaydaganuc? Suffice for the moment to say that it's a word from one of the original languages of North America, Omàmiwininìmowin (Algonquin). That language has been extant on North America for many thousands of years - a vital vernacular.

This Algonquin word is easier to say than you might at first imagine. It's pronounced with a soft ‘g’: gee-na-way-dag-a-nook. Try speaking the word aloud phonetically, and experience how the sound feels in your head, heart, and soul. Ginawaydaganuc denotes the fundamental reality that we are all related - with each other, with the natural world, with the cosmos.

There's more to say. But before contemplating the ramifications of ginawaydaganuc, take a moment to breathe, and to absorb the full impact of one of the latest Code Red warnings. This one comes from the UN's 2020 report, The Next Frontier: Human Development and the Anthropocene.



Unprecedented Moment of Human History

"We are at an unprecedented moment in the history of humankind and in the history of our planet," the report says. Under relentless pressure from climate chaos, species loss, inequality, natural destruction, and COVID-19, our planetary and social warning lights are "flashing red."



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