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Shawnadithit
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« on: May 10, 2007, 09:26:36 am »

I simply adore this woman. I have read as much about her as I can. She was very beautiful, noble and elegant. She was thoughtful and quiet and very intelligent. She was an excellent communicator and artist.

But she embodies tragedy not just for her own persoanal situation which was indeed tragic for she lost her children, husband, friends and family to violence, butchery, privation and disease but she also lost her entire people. Imagine if you were the last caucasian (assuming you are cuacasian). How alone you would feel. She carries this weight of tragedy and she was a symbol of the violence and thoughtlessness of man and of the dignity of man. I always come to tears when i think of her and indeed I am wiping them away as I write this!!! For these reasons she is now adored by the people of Newfoundland

Anyway. If you love Shanawdithit, by contrast you will also love Kahina or Kahena. Google her and tell me what you think of her! Here is one site I have bookmarked: http://www.amazighworld.org/history/personalities/dehia_the_kahina.php

Shawnadithit
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