|Maori elder 3|
I have learned silence from the talkative,
tolerance from the intolerant
and kindness from the unkind.
I should not be ungrateful to those teachers.
I met a Black man, a father, who said he had the worst father a boy could have; but he let his children spend time with their grandfather because his father gave him the greatest lesson: how not to be a man. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories
|Gregory E. Woods, Creek & Crow Indian African man|